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.