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Samsung Galaxy S9 will not have biometric sensor built into the screen

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is closer than ever, and rumors about the new terminal of the Asian company are beginning to fall more strongly.

Even today, we are referring to the new top-of-the-range product being mass-produced, and due to this information, we now have the indication that the Samsung Galaxy S9 will not bring the fingerprint reader built into the screen.

The controversy over the disposition of the biometric sensor on the back of the Samsung Galaxy S8 was a lot. Although it was a prominent location, due to the new, almost borderless 18: 9 screen, the fact that it stood next to the camera instead of below has left many users questioning the South Korean company’s decision.

Well, it was expected that Samsung discovered the “holy grail” of fingerprint readers – embed on the screen – already in this Samsung Galaxy S9, however, according to The Investor, this will not happen.

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All this because the technique to work correctly merely is not replicable in a simple way for mass production.

In this way the Samsung Galaxy S9 should be revealed in January or February with a dual rear camera, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 processor, 6GB of RAM and AMOLED screen identical to the Galaxy S8.

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There is not much to add to the next device, at least for now. Rumors and information leaks will soon appear strongly, so stay connected to Androidvillaz where technology is spoken in Portuguese.

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2 comments

  1. Harun Khalid Adeiza

    At last they wanna launch the Galaxy s9…
    Hurrah…!
    Nice update

  2. Thanks for sharing…

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