Samsung Galaxy Note 9 unlikely to feature in-display fingerprint sensor
14 Мая 2018, 01:58 | Edward Lowe
Samsung is reportedly gearing up to launch its Galaxy A8 Star and S8 Lite smartphones in China soon. A Samsung patent discovered early this month clearly confirmed that the South Korean giant is working on in-display fingerprint scanner technology, but didn't really offer any evidence that the new technology will be implemented on a certain device.
It is said to be powered by a quad-core Exynos 7570 SoC paired with 2GB/3GB RAM. The phones have already passed through Bluetooth SIG certification confirming the Bluetooth support in the phones.
According toSamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy J6 will come with a 5.6-inch AMOLED Infinity Display that is expected to come with an HD+ (720x1480 pixels) resolution. You may not want to get your hopes too high, as new information has transpired about a whole bunch of impending low to mid-end Samsung products, and only one of them is now expected to drastically reduce screen bezels. It will support 4G LTE, Bluetooth among other regular connectivity features and will also sport a fingerprint scanner at the back along with iris scanner for added device security.
Big Red is likely to rebrand the J3 (2018) as the Galaxy J3 Eclipse 2, but the nation's largest wireless service provider is also expected to share a significantly higher-end Galaxy J7 Aero with AT&T. The mid-segment devices will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB expandable storage. The Galaxy J6 will also run Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box.
Targeted at the developing markets such as India and China the Galaxy J4 and Galaxy J6 are likely to include S Bike mode and Ultra Data Saving feature, similar to other Galaxy J-Series smartphones.
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