The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is out, and reviewers have already posted their thoughts on the flagship device.There are several rumours going on for Samsung’s next model Note 9. Its expecting to launch on March 2018. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was rumoured to feature the technology, while many expected the iPhone X to feature the technology as well.
Most probably Samsung professionals dealing with a 95% screen to body ratio device, one that keeps the bulk of the format from Note 8, so a big and narrow machine at the same time. Samsung has placed the LED flash unit and heart rate sensor between the dual camera system and the fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy Note 8.
This latest rumour comes from GSMArena, citing Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst for Chinese KGI Securities. According to GSMArena, the Galaxy Note 9 won’t feature a traditional physical fingerprint sensor. Instead, users will be able to unlock their devices by placing their finger on a fingerprint sensor embedded within a specific part of the phone’s display.