Well, the talk is about the Galaxy Note 9. the next generation flagship phablet from the stable of Samsung.
The company's upcoming device - the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 - is also rumored to have dual cameras, but only at the rear of the device. For Apple, it's the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, so they need to really deliver an exciting device. It was expected that next year, Samsung would introduce the Samsung Galaxy S9 with an in-display fingerprint scanner. It comes with 64GB on-board storage which can be further expanded up to 256GB using MicroSD Card. In the first round of phones, compressed battery corners caused the negative electrode to wrap around and create a short circuit.
The general consensus of opinion, though, is that Samsung will ultimately opt for a quad HD display in the Galaxy Note 8, probably with the same resolution as the previously released Galaxy S8. This angered fans but Samsung stated that it just didn't have the necessary technology to make this happen. Present is the 6.3-inch SuperAMOLED display, which is a tag larger than the Galaxy S8+. At least we can say that based on leaked renders, Sammy has put the flash unit between the scanner and the dual camera lenses to prevent smudging. Having been the subject of countless leaks itself, the Note 8 will finally see the light of day on August 23rd in NYC, where Samsung will host an Unpacked event to reveal the phone. Also, fast wireless charging should also be available as we would expect. Another cool feature that is added is the ability to edit your photos while capturing.
However, in its report, KGI has said that the Galaxy S9 models will come with some other selling points including advanced iris recognition as well as dual cameras. This is the first of its kind in the industry, accomplishing quite a feat because there is a maximum download speed of 1.2 gigabits per second.
Unfortunately, the fingerprint scanner is again at the back and is located at a similar position.
Tech blogger Evan Blass, best known for his scoops on new and upcoming gadgets, recently teased what the Galaxy Note 8 will highlight.
Click "Start Scan" to find Windows issues that could be causing PC problems. Previous rumors suggested that in designing the phone, Samsung had actually wanted to implement an in-display fingerprint sensing technology, which means the display doubles as the actual fingerprint scanner instead of a separate in-body module.