Samsung to feature in-screen fingerprint scanning device in the Galaxy Note 9 says KGI analyst
Korean smartphone gigantic Samsung emphasised with an progressive design with their flagship Galaxy S8 series before this season, forcing the keeping the fingerprint scanning device to the trunk of these devices. KGI Security analyst and reliable tipster, Ming-Chi Kuo has expected in a written report that Samsung will feature an embedded fingerprint scanning device into the display of the Galaxy Word 9, expected in mid-2018.
Kuo areas that despite Qualcomm’s recent unveiling of in-screen fingerprint scanning technology at the MWC Shanghai, Samsung’s Galaxy S9 won’t feature the technology. That is attributed to technological problems experienced by the business’s current fingerprint IC company Synaptics.
The report promises that Synaptics’ optical fingerprint solution is challenged with issues regarding the optical part, rendering it problematic for the Korean company to meet up with the mass development timeline for the Galaxy S9.
In conditions of competition in 2017, Samsung place the build for the entire year with the Galaxy S8 series in conditions of a next to bezel-less screen which it message or calls the ‘infinity border’ screen. With an identical design words expected in the forthcoming Galaxy Notice 8, it’ll continue to hold a capacitive scanning device on the trunk of the telephone, in order to support the top bezel-less display.
The LG G6, released prior to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ also was included with a wider 18:9 screen which forced the capability fingerprint scanning device to be changed to the trunk of the telephone.
Samsung’s arch-rival Apple is also apparently focusing on a 3D cosmetic recognition technology because of its 10th-anniversary release of the iPhone that may replace the prevailing home button and TouchID.
The Galaxy Take note of 8 is defined for introduction on 23 August in NY before Apple’s new iPhone series, allowing additional time to Samsung to put into action an optical fingerprint solution. Reuters