Samsung has filed for a patent with KIPRIS (South Korea's intellectual property body) that details an in-screen fingerprint reader.
Samsung Electronics announced a new addition to the Galaxy tablet portfolio, the Galaxy Tab A (eight inch), an everyday, versatile tablet designed for the entire family.
Now that Samsung has submitted the documentation to KIPRIS, The in-display fingerprint sensor is official and sooner or later we are going to see it in there upcoming flagship smartphones.
Over the years, the Galaxy Note series was used to introduce new features - features that were meant to appear in the following year's Galaxy S series. TechDroider added that Samsung is working on a Face ID-like facial recognition system with 3D sensing capabilities.
A few days ago, the Korean electronics behemoth was granted the patent for a technology that incorporates fingerprint sensor at the bottom of the front panel by creating a notch.More news: Kim Jong-Un's wife makes rare public appearance
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That's the word from sources in China, which claim that Samsung has listened to comments about the placement of the Galaxy S8's fingerprint scanner next to the camera made it hard to reach.
Samsung recently announced that the latest version of their affordable Galaxy tablet series is coming to the USA next month.
The tab is also optimised for game play with Game Launcher, the Galaxy Tab A provides an enhanced user interface and personalised gaming experience with more gaming tools, as well as a Call and Notification Prevention Mode so users can focus on their games without interruption. As a result, those specific tasks can be performed much faster without draining a lot of battery power. The phone should go on sale in March 2018.
To test the beta version, you must be a member of the Galaxy Beta program, available through the Samsung Members app.