Samsung is rushing hard to bring the next generation Galaxy S device early next year with little changes to the existing lineup. According to news from MyDrivers the Galaxy S9 may enter mass production early next month. This indicates the device may go live in CES or MWC early next year, which means you may expect the S9/S9+ sooner than expected.
The news of early Samsung flagship device will definitely excite but the company would have has to give up the crucial research time to bring the production time forward. This early action resulted in Samsung scrapping its plans for an on-screen fingerprint reader, claims The Korean Herald.
According to Ice Univers, the Samsung has made number of changes to the back of the Galaxy S9 and the S9+ to make fingerprint scanner accessible easily than the current S8 line up placement. We had already reported that, these lineup may feature a dual vertical camera with the fingerprint scanner placed beneath the camera, which is also true according reports surfacing.
Some Integrated media reports also suggests the Galaxy S9 screen is till 5.8 inch and 6.2 inch (for S9+), but the upper and lower bezels will be narrowed means the measurements more refined than the S8 series. In a post related to camera system of S9 we had said it may sport a 1000fps camera like the Sony XZ and XZ Premium. It seems happening, as the Samsung is opted for complete new Image sensor and this chip will also be used on S10 and S11.
The most-waited on-screen fingerprint reader is pushed back again, also trusted media reports suggests it will debut on Galaxy Note 9.