KGI: no, the Galaxy Note 9 Samsung will have a display with fingerprint sensor built
Samsung unlikely to introduce a display with implemented the sensor for the reading of the fingerprint on a smartphone in 2018, according to Ming-Chi Kuo. The analyst of KGI Securities had initially planned to use this type of display on the Galaxy Note 9, but now believes that the company south Korean have changed his plans because of technical problems.
Below is an excerpt of the most recent note published by Kuo: "Although we had in the past predicted that the new Galaxy Note 9 Samsung, scheduled for the 3Q18, would arrive with a display with a built-in reader for fingerprints, we now believe that Samsung will remove this feature on the Notes 9 because of solutions ultrasonic (provided by Qualcomm), and optical (provided by Samsung LSI, Goodix, Egis and Synaptics) that do not match with the technical requirements of the Samsung".
As evidenced by the competence of Kuo, an analyst with truly reliable solutions to implement a fingerprint reader under the display, reserve still have some problems. It is, however, a matter of time (little time...) before companies find the right solution, considering that almost all smartphones, high-end have design full-screen. Of course, you could opt for the single technology in face recognition (such as Face ID on the iPhone X), but unlocking via the fingerprint is really a feature that users seem to not want to leave.
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