Galaxy Notice 9 will start later this season and if Samsung will introduce an under display fingerprint detector in the smartphone was an issue of debate for quite long time now. Speculations and rumours supporting either side have been floating on the world wide web. As a brand new report, the South Korea technology giant is likely to set the fingerprint detector inside the Galaxy Notice 9 display. Another report hints the Galaxy Note 9 will start sooner than usual. Citing an industry supply, a report in The Korea Herald asserts that Samsung Display has prepared 3 or 4 solutions for Samsung Electronics to embed your fingerprint detector inside the main display.

It added that one of the solutions could make our way to the Galaxy Notice 9 and the last decision on the adoption of the technology may be made by the end of this month. The report quoted another source as saying, There’s sufficient time for the display business to improve the technology to meet the handset maker’s anticipation before the initiation of the Note 9 in late August. The source said that while Samsung’s decision to move the aircraft scanner’s position to the new position at back of the Galaxy S9 was a vast improvement over the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8, however it doesn’t let the company put a bigger battery in the smartphone.

If the final decision of Samsung is going to incorporate the in screen fingerprint detector, it may have to do it quickly. Previously, Samsung has finalised the concept of its forthcoming Galaxy Note handsets five months in advance, the report states. In the mean time, as a SamMobile report, Samsung has now began to test the smartphone firmware worldwide. Especially, the Galaxy Notice 9 firmware carries two version numbers N960FXXE0ARB7 and N960FXXU0ARC5′. Interestingly, the report asserts that Samsung started working on Galaxy Notice 9’s software than it did to the Galaxy Note 8. This could mean that Samsung might release the handset sooner than anticipated. Contrarily, a report this month had claimed that Samsung might not incorporate the beneath display fingerprint detector despite all the rage throughout the Mobile World Congress and Consumer Electronics Show 2018. The report had said that the company might be facing too many technological problems while working on integrating the attribute.

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