Forget About an In-Display Fingerprint Reader on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Getting an in-display fingerprint reader ready for mass production appears to be the main challenge for phone manufacturers these days, and after both Apple and Samsung failed to do this, the latter was believed to give another try to make this happen with the release of the Galaxy Note 9 in the summer.
But as it turns out, the technology still doesn’t meet Samsung’s security standards and is very unlikely to make its way to the market with the upcoming Note 9.
That’s what KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says in a note to investors, adding that there’s a better chance the fingerprint sensor would be embedded into the glass in early 2019. This means that if Samsung wants to be the first company to offer such a feature, it has to install it on the Galaxy S10 (or whatever it’ll be called, given plans to <a href="http://news.softp… (read more)
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