Samsung Galaxy S9 Live Streaming
It’s just hours away from the Galaxy S9 launch and we have got our hands on the actual device. The rumors seem to be spot on with information so far. The variable aperture on the S9 Plus is quite a feat and the newly placed fingerprint sensor is something that we’ve been waiting for.
Galaxy S9 will see the light on February 25, and it seems as if the S9 might be a boring update after all, minus the much-hyped camera.
This is sure to turn some attention away to the next big flagship for the year, the Galaxy Note 9. But we are already seeing problems implementing few new features on the devices. This is the much-anticipated fingerprint sensor.
Vivo took the limelight offering an in-display fingerprint sensor, Qualcomm also showing off their setup as well. But the full story something like this, Synaptics’ offering on the Vivo is not responsive enough for a daily use smartphone, with some bugs and sluggishness in reading the fingerprint. Qualcomm’s solution, on the other hand, has the issue that it costs more to develop. Both solutions won’t be practical at the time of the Galaxy Note 9 launch and we are again back to the good old, rear placed one.
Samsung is hard at work to fix this, we can only hope to see this future tech on Note 9.
The big tech fishes of the 21st century, Samsung and Apple are close to a breakthrough in big displays, all glass upfront without any buttons or any other elements as an obstruction.
With CES happening we get to see new tech announcements everyday. One major and more rumored one was the revealing of a new phone with in-display fingerprint sensor by Vivo.
We can all agree on the fact that Samsung has come a long way in the smartphone business. Starting with the Galaxy S, although a plastic almost cheap phone, it came with good specs, a good enough camera and most importantly, the most vibrant display to date, AMOLED panel. Today we have two top-notch smartphones from Samsung, the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 with edge display with stretched aspect ratio and camera/s that can do photographic wonders.
After leaks about Galaxy S9 coming the all new Snapdragon 845 SoC, today we have leaks on the upcoming silicone by Qualcomm which might find it’s way on the Galaxy Note 9.
This might just be the biggest news of them all and the most awaited. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 is now confirmed to come with an in display fingerprint sensor.
The benchmark testing is an important aspect for a smartphone in a bid to see how better the hardware performs. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with Exynos 8895 Octa processor scored whopping 1961 for Single Core.
We all know Galaxy Note 8 was launched in five colors – Midnight Black, Maple Gold, Orchid Grey, Deep Sea Blue and Star Pink.