Samsung launches Note 8 in Pakistan

11 Ottobre, 2017, 09:38 | Autore: Abelardo Magnotti
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Galaxy Note 9 might finally get the one feature that we've been dying to see on smartphones ever since the trend of the bezel-less phone started back in 2016. According to the latest report, Samsung may score a "W" come late next year with the Galaxy Note 9 if all goes smoothly. Samsung wants to make things as efficient as possible and wants to utilize the OLED screen itself to illuminate the sensor.

For now, it seems like, with the recent increased in the bezeless phone screen race, many other companies might be working on bringing the feature to their phones as well. The reason for the delay is that the sensor may cause display issues. There is some suspicion that Egis may have a shot as well since they are now supplying the standard fingerprint sensors Samsung is using in their devices, although it is unclear whether they have any display-based technology to offer. The report doesn't say whether the Galaxy Note 9 will also feature a 3D facial recognition system like the iPhone X. Samsung's current flagships ship with an inferior facial recognition system that can be easily fooled with photos.

The report went on to say that three companies namely BeyondEyes, Samsung subsidiary Samsung LSI, and Egis, which now supplies fingerprint sensors to the South Korean technology giant, might supply parts for under-display fingerprint sensor. Samsung has planned to launch Samsung Galaxy Note 9 by mid of next year.

"We sincerely wish for our customer's swift recovery, and strongly recommend all our consumers to use Samsung's genuine or approved batteries that have been specifically designed for use in Samsung products", a spokesman for the tech giant said. A few users have already reported that they did not receive their text messages and it looks like it is affecting both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 +. In fact it was so hard that one of them somehow plumped for something which, to us, sounds far more sci-fi and advanced - 3D laser scanning face recognition. Beyond Eyes and Samsung LSI (subsidiary of Samsung) have already provided their samples to Samsung.