Samsung has just launched its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9. After the launch of these two smartphones. The next flagship smartphone from Samsung “Galaxy Note 9” has become the major point of speculation in the last few weeks.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is already in a buzz for a while. There are already several leaks and rumors before, Galaxy Note fans are expecting a key feature in the upcoming handset. The under-display fingerprint scanner. Earlier, reports had suggested that, indeed, Samsung may finally introduce the functionality on its flagship smartphone. But now a report has claimed that it may not happen.
An in-display fingerprint sensor is the latest topic for all the smartphone geeks to discuss. Now, sooner or later the smartphone manufacturers have to offer something which supports this features in terms of the hardware. However, as per a new report by research firm KGI Securities. Samsung may not include the under-display fingerprint scanner despite all the rage during the Mobile World Congress and Consumer Electronics Show this year. According to a report by MacRumors, You might not see an in-display fingerprint sensor. As it is being said that Samsung is facing too many technological issues while working on incorporating the feature.
As you look in the past for the same topic you will notice that all the reports state that the in-screen fingerprint scanner has been a tricky feature to implement for both Apple and Samsung. Samsung has already skipped the feature with this year’s Galaxy S series models.
Samsung initially promised that they will surely bring an in-screen fingerprint sensor in the upcoming Galaxy Note 9. But Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI has changed his stance. And agrees that even the upcoming handset may not introduce the feature.
Kuo has explained that it is “likely” that the South Korean giant will remove the under-display fingerprint technology from the Galaxy Note 9 due to “technical difficulties”. He stated that the ultrasonic sensor by Qualcomm and the optimal solution by Synaptics do not meet the technical requirements of Samsung.
Further, Kuo stated that he believes that Android smartphone manufacturers currently prefer face scanning over under display fingerprint readers. But he also said that people will definitely use in-screen fingerprint scanner in future.