Keeping that in mind, the S9 is the most likely smartphone by Samsung to be in the production stage right now.
That doesn't narrow it down to a Samsung device in and of itself, but the firm's press release went one further by saying "with the industry quickly shifting to bezel-free OLED infinity displays, the natural placement of the fingerprint sensor is in the display itself".
Once again, there's a new report stating that the Galaxy S9 may feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. However, a report in Korea's The Naver quoted a Samsung executive who told the site that the company made every effort to add the fingerprint scanner under the display, but it has failed to succeed.
Here comes the flood: Site C approved. Again
The province also risked a credit downgrade and debt-servicing costs of up to $150 million annually if the project was cancelled. The new project cost is now estimated at $10.7-billion, factoring in an increased risk contingency fund.
As manufacturers continue to build edge-to-edge displays for smartphones, they're also faced with an imminent design constraint. This welcome improvement over the previous iteration has been highly anticipated and should be accompanied by better cameras, possible the same dual-camera sensor as the Note 8's. From the front, the Galaxy S9 looks to be relatively unchanged from the Galaxy S8, but this was always to be expected, especially after notable leaker Evan Blass said it would be a "tock" year for the Galaxy flagship, meaning only incremental changes.
With Synaptics Clear ID sensor on the screen, device users can touch any part of the display to unlock the screen. Synaptics, a company known for touch sensing, display and biometrics solutions, has announced that it has entered in the mass production of world's first in-display fingerprint sensors for the smartphones. In-display fingerprint technology allows users to securely unlock the device in situations including while it's sitting on the table, at any angle, or while in a auto mount.
Anyway, despite the fact that prominent analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (KGI Securities) has said the Galaxy Note 9 will be the first phone to feature in-display scanning tech, Synaptics announced the Clear ID FS9500 scanner unit which it says is designed for handsets with near bezel-less form factors. Clear ID will work no matter you have wet, dry or cold fingers and it is durable and protected by glass. In-display fingerprint technology allows users to securely unlock the device in situations including while it's sitting on the table, at any angle, or while in a vehicle mount. The company claims the method is twice as fast as 3D facial recognition for unlocking the device.
Un ferry avec 300 passagers s'échoue, pas de blessés — France
Plus de neuf millions de voyageurs ont utilisé le port pour traverser la Manche en 2016, selon les chiffres officiels. Selon la préfecture, il y a 313 personnes à bord, soit 208 passagers et 105 membres de l'équipage.
We already know that some Samsung Galaxy S9 series units will use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845, which the chip-maker revealed supports new Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+.
Samsung plans to use the iris scanner for banking, and other authentication areas as it is a more secure feature than the facial recognition and fingerprint scanner.
Laurent Wauquiez élu président des Républicains avec 74,64% des voix — France
Dimanche soir, il devait réunir ses amis à Paris, dans une salle du XVe arrondissement, le Tripot Régnier, pour fêter sa victoire. Wauquiez de ne pas avoir saisi la main tendue il y a quelques semaines par Marine Le Pen et de refuser toute alliance avec le FN.