Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 launch is getting closer and new information about the mighty device surface on the net nearly every day. A new report claims Samsung is actually giving up on competing technology and returning to fingerprint scanners for the Galaxy S10.
See the certification at the FCC here.
However, according to the renders and video, the rear end of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 appear to be a bit different than the Galaxy Note 8. The phone is expected to feature a design that looks nearly exactly like last year's Galaxy Note 8, which is definitely a bit troubling.
Most flagship phones sell the most when they are first launched. Aside from that new S Pen, of course. Rumor have it that it could be a J2 series phone that hit the market with Galaxy J2 Core moniker. Samsung has reportedly ordered parts for the Galaxy S10 from everyone apart from the company that supplied its iris scanning technology.
Recently, a leak revealed that the Galaxy Note 9, may sport a dedicated camera shutter button, a repositioned fingerprint scanner.
Is this sensor the smartphone will get a display integrated fingerprint reader, writes CNET, citing sources in Korea. Samsung released a production-ready high-end flexible display in the Galaxy Note Edge all the way back in December of 2014. Apple isn't going to throw its hands up and surrender all its iPhone X Plus units because the Galaxy X has a more interesting screen. Although the report doesn't share prices, it says that the Galaxy S10 lineup will cater to both entry-level buyers and people looking for top-of-the-line specs.