Samsung’s Galaxy Note line hasn’t been the most well-thought out in the last few years, that’s for sure. We’re referring to the infamous exploding battery incidents that threw quite a few lawsuits onto Samsung. These lawsuits didn’t only cost them a lot of money in settlements and damages, but also it took away most of their grace among users. Samsung users quickly moved away from the brand due to concerns that their devices are unsafe, and thus the company lost millions of clients.
However, after improving their battery technology considerably and making sure that everyone knew that, Samsung are ready to give the Galaxy Note another chance by launching the Galaxy Note 8. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is believed to include every cool feature and component that the Galaxy S8 and S8+ have, and then some more.
Fingerprint Scanner in the Screen
It’s no secret that the company has been working on display-integrated fingerprint scanner technology. In fact, they were planning to include it in the Galaxy S8 and its Plus version, but the technology just wasn’t ready for the official launch, so Samsung had to replace it with a rear fingerprint scanner. This decision angered many who though that the scanner was positioned in a very awkward way that made it completely ineffective.
So, will the tech be ready for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Well, seeing that we still don’t know when this will launch, it might just be. Maybe Samsung are waiting for clearer facts from the factory before proceeding. Thus, the chances exist. However, if we’re to go by the recent statement of a supposed anonymous Samsung exec, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 won’t have the tech either, because of security reasons that have remained unspecified. Pretty weird, isn’t it? However, this is all still a rumor, so take it with a grain of salt.