Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may get long-awaited display fingerprint sensor

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Samsung's mobile president said market response to the Note 8 beat its expectations even though its price was more expensive than past models and even as the Note brand's reputation took a hit from its previous model, the disgraced Note 7 phone that was recalled twice and discontinued after it spontaneously overheated or caught fire.

Samsung is planning to bring an in-screen fingerprint scanner to its next generation Galaxy Note 9, according to a new report.

The Samsung will use the AMOLED screen as the light source for the fingerprint sensor.

The company hopes to deliver the similar solution in a long term like Face ID system of Apple which is expected to debut soon with the new iPhone X.

Samsung is deciding between several suppliers for its embedded fingerprint scanner, according to Business Insider.

Since Samsung has not made any announcement yet, we do not know the reason behind the issue or if Samsung is working on an update right now. However, Apple came up with the facial sensor technology known as the FaceID for biometrics.

Currently, there are three companies that are supplying the Korean Giant with the technology that would support this feature.

If Samsung launches the Galaxy Note 9 with an in-display fingerprint sensor, the company might have an edge over Apple next year.

A few days before we have covered all leaks and rumors surrounding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A (2018) series, week by week new leaks are there on the device and in latest, the design of the A7 (2018) was leaked, you can check it in our previous article. The device will also feature a 12MP front camera. The Smartphone is one of Samsung's older Galaxy Duos, and it was launched in 2013.

Samsung's upcoming under-display sensor would put an end to the controversial sensor on current Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

Kuo adds that two suppliers have already shipped sample components to Samsung Electronics, those suppliers being BeyondEyes, and Samsung's own subsidiary; Samsung LSI.