Published: Sat, March 10, 2018
Research | By Dana Schwartz

Samsung Galaxy Note9 reportedly not coming with in-display fingerprint scanner

Samsung Galaxy Note9 reportedly not coming with in-display fingerprint scanner

As such, it's "likely" that Samsung will abandon efforts to bring in-display scanning to this year's anticipated Galaxy Note 9 smartphone. The victor is - and I'm surprised it actually happened - the Galaxy S9+.

Back in August 2017, KGI Securities released a similar report about the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.

At some point in time, the Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9 were all rumored to come with a fingerprint scanners under the display.

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What if Samsung had copied Apple's notch? In other words, the test tries to replicate real life smartphone usage, where you'd be switching between various apps during the day, including web apps that load nearly immediately, as well as more resource intensive apps like games. In fact, he predicts that within the next two to three years shipments of 3D sensor-equipped Android handsets will outstrip shipments of handsets with in-display fingerprint sensors by a factor of two to three. But when it comes to shooting in the dark, Samsung wins. Smartphone makers like Apple, Samsung and Google are all introducing nearly borderless displays that occupy almost the entire space on the device. But Samsung's phone, powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845, does exceptionally well. Not being applied on the Note 9 may be a huge disappointment but there's nothing we can do at the moment so let's just wait and see. This gives the devices a more elegant look and makes the illusion that there's no frame around the screen feel more convincing.

Like many of you, I too use my phone for just about everything, whether I'm at work or at my home: sending emails, taking notes, browsing Twitter, getting directions and so on. One can buy the phone with new price on Flipkart, Samsung's official website and on retail stores.

YouTube channel EverythingApplePro, which does this sort of test every time a new smartphone launches, has completed its Galaxy S9+ vs. iPhone X test.

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