Microsoft is selling customized Samsung Galaxy S9 phones

Microsoft is selling customized Samsung Galaxy S9 phones

Microsoft is selling customized Samsung Galaxy S9 phones

Additionally, the 2018 smartphone Samsung Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 will receive the 8.0 Oreo update too.

As Kuo writes, "To our understanding of the technologies, under-display fingerprint solutions may now have many technical issues (e.g. screen protectors and different environments affecting recognition rates and power-consumption)".

This means that at least for the time being, the Vivo X20 Plus U20 is going to be the only phone with an in-display fingerprint scanner. According to the analyst, both ultrasonic and optical solutions have failed to meet Samsung's self-imposed standards. Which is why a lot of folks excited to try out the new technology were expecting the Galaxy Note 9.

Kuo said Samsung was still facing "technological difficulties" with the under-display fingerprint sensor. It already learned that lesson and mobile division chief DJ Koh himself hinted that the company will take a "when it's ready" approach to new products and features. Instead, it will introduce new products and technologies when they are ready. The manufacturer may reserve it for their flagship model Galaxy S10 set for launch in the first half of 2019.

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What's more, Epic is promising Cross Play and Cross Progression , so you can mix and match devices anytime, anywhere. Same 100-player game that's available on consoles and PCs, same gameplay, same maps, and even same weekly updates.

Industry watchers, meanwhile, said domestic pre orders for the Galaxy S9s may not be on par with the S8 series devices launched past year. The company claims that there are technical issues associated with implementing the technology.

The Note 9 was the first to bring a dual camera to a Samsung flagship phone, a feature that quickly made its way over to the S9+ as well.

Kuo himself is not a believer of face recognition, no matter how many times Apple preaches it. There was a similar rumour about iPhone X before its launch.

Its not just Samsung, companies that make such sensors would love to see them come to market – since the modules will be 4-6 times more expensive than the common capacitive sensors we see today.

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