KGI Analyst Says No In-Display Fingerprint Sensor For Galaxy Note 9

9 Reasons You Shouldn't Buy or Upgrade to the Galaxy S9 now

9 Reasons You Shouldn't Buy or Upgrade to the Galaxy S9 now

The new Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is seen during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona February 27, 2018.

When Samsung has just released in the market its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +, it is time to start looking towards the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

For those who think Kuo's name is familiar, that is because he is one of the most reliable sources of information in the smartphone industry. According to a research note obtained by MacRumors, Samsung could be facing too many technological issues while working on incorporating the feature. He also claimed that the feature now suffers from problems with screen protectors as well as different environments affecting the success rate of the sensor, which could turn out to be Samsung's reason for removing the technology.

Renowned KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has reversed an earlier prediction that Samsung will bring in-display fingerprint sensor technology to its next Note device.

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"According 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)", states Kuo in a note to AppleInsider.

There is no denying that an in-display fingerprint sensor would be a great selling point of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9. The company tried again with the Galaxy Note 8, but failed due to brightness issues on the parts of the screen where the sensors were placed.

The company says that the Galaxy S9 available at Microsoft Store is the same phone you can purchase from any online store, and it does not come with applications such as Cortana, Microsoft Launcher, but you can seek Microsoft's engineers help in customizing the phone with their apps.

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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