Even though Samsung is doing an impressive job by releasing timely security updates, the Samsung Galaxy S9 still runs on Android 8.0 while Android 8.1 is the latest firmware. The smartphone will show, most likely in August of this year, but we can already guess what awaits us all the same Samsung S9 in a more rigorous design and with nearly identical innards, except that the display will do a little more.
Ming-Chi Kuo was one of the early proponents of such speculation, however, has now reversed his stance.
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But, the 300-400 who did presented a frightening minority who were prepared to do damage had they been able to get any closer. A similar scene played out in the English Premier League , though on a smaller scale.
According to reports, Samsung's Galaxy Note 9, which will be launched later this year, will not feature an in-display fingerprint scanner.
Such modules are reportedly 4 - 6 times more expensive than today's common capacitive sensors. In the beginning of the year was presented citaiton Vivo X20 Plus, the world's first mobile phone with fingerprint scanner inside the screen.
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The ultrasonic sensor by Qualcomm and other optical solutions by Synaptics do not meet the technical requirements of the company, Kuo said. He also claimed that the feature now suffers from problems with screen protectors as well as different environments affecting the success rate of the sensor, which could turn out to be Samsung's reason for removing the technology. However, despite the issues, KGI is "positive" on the future of the under-display recognition technology and believes that Samsung will be a pioneer of it in OLED panels.
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