By the time of the announcement of the iPhone 8, Samsung, has prepared its response to the “Apple” of the flagship in the face of superior phablet Galaxy Note 8. One of the most discussed in relation to this device is the fingerprint scanner. It is known that the Koreans wanted to embed biometric module to display the current flagship Galaxy S8, but did not solve all of the technical difficulties. Apparently, the technology will not be ready to release a new Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung working on fingerprint scanner and even tested it in real prototypes, but he faced a problem. So, the smartphone is not different from the usual touch associated with managing, from the team lock/unlock. In addition, according to some, display the fingerprint scanner causes an imbalance of brightness at which the screen area with integrated scanner is brighter than the rest of the panel. This was the main reason why Samsung could abandon the introduction of dactyloscopy at the screens of their smartphones.
The latest leak suggests that until the beginning of next year this technology will not be ready for mass use. Today, the network appeared the photo of the real Galaxy Note 8, shown from three angles. On the rear panel you can see a double vertical camera, and under it the fingerprint scanner. If a leak is confirmed, then the Galaxy Note 8 will repeat the fate of the Galaxy S8, which came out with the biometric module on the rear side of the smartphone.
In this connection interesting is the question of the use of Touch ID in the display panel of the iPhone 8. Sources claim that the Apple engineers managed to solve all the problems related to the integration of the module into the screen.
According to rumors, the Galaxy Note 8 will receive has not yet formally introduced Snapdragon processor 836, which is an updated version of the current flagship SoC Snapdragon 835. The new South Korean smartphone will be the first gadget with this chip.
According to unconfirmed reports, the Galaxy Note 8 with a 6.3-inch screen “edge to edge” will debut in August or September of this year – a few weeks before the presentation of the iPhone 8.