Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumoured to look alike Note 8

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumoured to look alike Note 8

Most recently, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge picked up over-the-air updates to Oreo just a couple of weeks ago for lucky owners in the United Kingdom.

So the Galaxy S9 LTE speeds are certainly 42 percent faster than the iPhone X on paper but you, the user, may not be able to feel the full extent of that lead in the real world.

While the Galaxy S10 leak is certainly disappointing for those looking forward to upgrading to the Galaxy Note 9, it's also nice as a confirmation that the in-display fingerprint sensor will eventually be making an appearance. Note that only Midnight Black and Titanium Gray colors are available. The display of the smartphone is 6.3 inches with super AMOLED Infinity display and a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels.


Meanwhile, there are two more smartphone player companies, who are developing their own versions of in-display biometric sensors.

While the rear side will feature a 13MP sensor, the front-facing camera will offer an 8MP sensor. Both phones can be purchased with 64 GB or 256 GB built-in storage. These model numbers haven't been used yet so these are first-gen models. If you haven't we recommend you go and get this as an Eid present for that special one this Ramazan. The dual SIM device will be backed by a 3,000mAh battery. Stay tuned on PhoneRadar for more details! While great on launch, the S8's camera has slowly been outclassed by later smartphone releases, and while the S8's camera can still hold up very well, there are definitely cameras that do it better now.

As far as the S8 Lite's camera goes, it will reportedly house a "lower-end" 16mpx lens. In order for an FOD to work, the sensor under the display can't interfere with the display itself, and that of course includes its color, brightness, and so forth. Meanwhile, Chinese manufacturers such as Vivo and Huawei have already launched phones with FOD. It was actually disappointed to see Samsung taking such a decision.

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