Remember we brought it to your notice that Samsung were intending to refurbish the Samsung Note 7 and re-launch it as Samsung Note FE. Well, this time around, there’s something different about Samsung that we’ll update you with.
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The sequel to the famous Samsung Note 7, which is Samsung Note 8 could miss out on the under-glass fingerprint sensor.
The successor of the Samsung Note 7 -the famous smartphone for its explosion- Samsung Note 8 which is expected to be released before the end of 2017 has been said to have a likelihood of missing out on the under-glass fingerprint sensor.
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Although, this isn’t to say that Samsung doesn’t know how to make the under-glass fingerprint sensor because industry experts have made it clear that Samsung knows how to make the under-glass fingerprint sensor. However, a Samsung Electronics official revealed the issue surrounding the inability to use the under-glass fingerprint sensor in the device is based on security-related fears.
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That’s not the only information about the missing out event, there’s more. Rumors have it that the inability to include the under-glass fingerprint sensor is a result of the device not being able to fathom if you either want to use the phone or you want to lock/unlock the phone. If that’s the issue, I believe it’s worth the “missing out”.
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As could be seen from the Samsung S8 flagship, the fingerprint sensor wasn’t put under the glass but was moved to the back. This was as a result of the Korean manufacturer’s inability to place the fingerprint sensor under-glass.
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The Samsung Note 8 is expected to feature a 6.3-inch Quad High Definition(QHD) display size and a 2560 x 1440 pixels screen resolution. Its rear camera is expected to feature dual camera resolutions of 12MP and 13MP lens.
The implementation of the under-glass fingerprint sensor still doesn’t limit the awaiting features of the Samsung Note 8. We’ll bring to you more updates as they arrive.
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