Samsung is said to introduce in-display fingerprint sensor with the Galaxy Note 9, according to latest report from KGI securities. The company will continue to put the fingerprint sensor at the back for Galaxy S9 similar to Galaxy S8 and S8+. However, Samsung could reposition the rear-mounted sensor on the S9 to a slightly more ergonomic position. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could feature an in-display fingerprint sensor : KGI”
We have already seen a couple of leaks and reports about the Samsung Galaxy Note8. Now, a 3D CAD drawing of the upcoming flagship from Samsung has been shared by BGR. The render shows back of the Galaxy Note8 that highlights the fingerprint sensor and dual camera setup. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note8 render highlights fingerprint sensor and dual camera”
Samsung had announced Notebook 9 laptops at beginning of this year at CES in January. Now, the company has updated the series with some additional features. The 13.3-inch and 15-inch series laptop come with a built-in fingerprint sensor. Continue reading “Samsung 15-inch, 13.3-inch Notebook 9 with FullHD display, fingerprint sensor announced”
Up until a few years ago, fingerprint sensors were regarded as some of the cool stuff that you got to experience in Sci-Fi movies and TV shows and not something that could be a practical implementation. However, since then, we have seen countless implementations of fingerprint scanners on smartphones and with each passing year, even the lower end smartphones are having this feature by default. While there have been improvements in terms of accuracy and speed, not many companies are recognizing the huge potential that can be unlocked. Honor is probably one of the main exceptions and they have redefined what a fingerprint sensor can and is expected to do with the Honor 8. Let’s find out how.
There was always a confusion among the general public about which Galaxy Note or Galaxy S device was the latest since the Note series was always a number behind on the latest version. This time around, Samsung decided to skip the number 6 and went with Note7 branding in order to bring it in line with the Galaxy S series lineup as well the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus which are now available.
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Just two days ago, we saw leaked images of Motorola G4 Plus that came with a fingerprint sensor. Now, images of Moto G4 have surfaced and even this phone has a fingerprint sensor at the front.
The Xiaomi Mi 5 is the next generation flagship from Xiaomi and it will be announced later this month as confirmed by Hugo Barra. Now, a back panel has been leaked and sources say that it belong to the Mi 5.
Asus is expected to announce the next generation of its Zenfone series in early 2016. A report from Digitimes states that the Taiwanese company will add fingerprint sensor to the Zenfone 3.
The upcoming Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Pro has just been certified in China and we have images of the smartphone courtesy of TENAA which is their official certification authority. The images show that the smartphone has a metal body and fingerprint sensor at the back.
UMi has just announced a new smartphone called the Iron Pro which the company claims to be the world’s most secure smartphone. It costs just US$ 179 but comes with a lot of high end features and touches such as the metal body, fingerprint as well as iris scanner.
Rumors and reports about the LG Nexus (2015) have been looming the online world for quite sometime now. Today, a fresh report from Korea Herald says that the next generation LG Nexus will be equipped with a fingerprint sensor.