Galaxy Note 9 To Have An Optical Fingerprint Sensor: Analyst

Galaxy Note 9 To Have An Optical Fingerprint Sensor: Analyst

A Samsung Galaxy Grand duos phone has reportedly exploded in a man's pocket in Indonesia.

When the device was launched, it runs on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box and we have never expected this update for the device as it is a way old handset and was launched in September 2016. "With the cinematic screen and Samsung's cutting edge Quad HD Super AMOLED display, movies look crisp and clear, photos are brilliant and games are truly immersive", Lee explained. These users are taking to online platforms in hope that Samsung will resolve the issue. A video of the incident has also been making rounds on the internet.

The incident was reported by Channel News Asia. From the video, you can see the smartphone exploding with his shirt pocket covered in blue flames. Such an optical sensor is likely to appear in the Note9 according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, a legendary purveyor of mostly Apple-related mumblings. However, since it could not ready the technology in time, it was not made available on the Note 8.

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What's more interesting is that it will apparently take Samsung quite some time to perfect it, since there is no mention of this technology being attempted for the Galaxy S9. Someone comes to rescue and right away, removes his shirt in order to avoid the further injury on the person.

If this pans out, the unlocking procedure will probably go something like this: you simply place your finger onto a specific part of the handset's screen, and that's it. Both Samsung and Apple have tried to get this into products shipping in 2017, but both failed.

According to a string of posts on social media and Reddit, customers on all four major phone networks in the US as well as some users in Europe and Australia have been experiencing intermittent problems receiving text messages on their device.