Samsung Galaxy Note 9 have no Under-Display Fingerprint Sensor: KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo


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The next flagship smartphone from Samsung – Galaxy Note 9 – has become the major point of speculation in the last few weeks. There have been several leaks and rumours before, Galaxy Note fans are expecting a key feature in the upcoming handset, the under-display fingerprint scanner.

According to the report, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi-Kuo stated that the company will cancel the under-display fingerprint scanner because of technical issues implanting it in the device. Kuo claimed that the ultrasonic sensor by Qualcomm and the optical solution by Synaptics does not meet the technical requirements of the company. This is not the first time that Samsung device to take a pass on the technology as it did not include it with the S9 and S9 Plus.

Regardless of the reports, Kuo is positive about the technology and believes that Samsung will be the first to pioneer the under-display fingerprint scanner for OLED displays.


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