Samsung Galaxy Note 9 reportedly to get in-display fingerprint sensor, not…

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Samsung has been coming out with two flagship phones every year. We have even seen alleged CAD renders and leaked press renders of the Galaxy Note 8 as well.

It was assumed that the technology would instead appear in the Galaxy S9, which is set to arrive early next year. The phone offers an 8 Megapixel of front facing camera for selfies and video calling. Another representative from a different phone carrier, too, said on a final note that the Galaxy Note 8 will be unveiled on September 15. Galaxy Note 8 launch date in India is not mentioned or declared yet. The company has scheduled an event on August 23rd where the company is expected to announce the handset. As for the S Pen, it looks just like the one found on the dearly departed Galaxy Note 7. For comparison, the Samsung Galaxy S8 has a black front panel and it looks clean.

And while discussing this feature on the Note 9, these reports suggest that Samsung may change its vendor for the fingerprint sensor from Synaptics to Egis. So it remains to be seen has to what we will get with the Note 8 smartphone. The data here, however, does not help draw a direct comparison in terms of flagships shipped since Apple's numbers account for all models of the iPhone. Apart from this, the wallpapers of the phone are also leaked. Samsung is expected to feature a super night mode and super zoom feature with this device. It's worth noting that the images are in 2560 x 2560, which means that they are probably a tad smaller than the original pictures.

The leaks show a Note 8 with a humongous Infinity Display with squared edges. Likewise, plenty of initial rumours believed the Galaxy Note 8 would pick up features that the Galaxy S8 missed, including the dual-camera and in-screen scanner, but it seems now only the former is going to make the cut. The upcoming smartphone will also come with a dual rear camera setup and will embed the essential fingerprint along with a heart rate scanner.

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