Samsung could soon launch Galaxy Note 9 in Pure White color variant

  • Samsung could soon launch Galaxy Note 9 in Pure White color variant

Samsung could soon launch Galaxy Note 9 in Pure White color variant

It seems that the next premium smartphone that is looking to do away with the traditional sensor, for an in-display scanner, will be the Samsung Galaxy S10. Previous rumors have pointed out that Samsung is experimenting with its mid-range smartphone lineup so that the manufacturer can decide if these changes are worth getting ported to the 2019 Galaxy S10 range. Word is this afternoon that Samsung is right on the verge of deciding whether they'll release the Android 9 Beta to Samsung Galaxy S9 devices this week, right alongside information about what's inside. Camera aside, there are other components to consider as well like its proximity sensor and earpiece speaker.

Albeit a bummer for some, it's nearly confirmed that Samsung has even ditched it's marquee, Iris Scanner for the sake of minimising top bezels and making the way for Ultrasonic Fingerprint sensors. "It is simply not about introducing a flexible or foldable display but about the objective of having such a feature".

The Galaxy S10 and S10+ will also feature next-generation 7nm chipsets, triple-lens rear cameras, new faster RAM and flash storage chips, and even an in-display fingerprint sensor.

According to Sammobile, Samsung had revealed a new integrated sensor technology during the Samsung OLED Forum in China.

The introduction of a white color could also help boost sales in the run-up to Christmas. Max at SamsungMobile.News says that he doesn't believe we'll see all-screen smartphones surface until 2020, but Samsung's work on it right now means that the technology could arrive sooner rather than later. Video recording and voice recognition will also get a boost from the new processor.