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Synaptics may be the reason the Galaxy S9 will have a fingerprint reader at the front; here is how

Synaptics, in-display fingerprint sensor

Synaptics, which is amongst the top biometric technology companies in the world, has announced a big leap forward in user authentication: fingerprint sensors that are in-display. The fingerprint sensor, named Clear ID FS9500, has been made for smartphones that have an almost bezel-free display. It offers on-demand fingerprint authentication within the display panel. The Clear ID […]

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Galaxy S9 will unlikely be getting unveiled at the CES 2018 show

Galaxy S9 will unlikely be getting unveiled at the CES 2018 show

In a surprising move, Samsung has informed The Korea Herald that it will probably not be showcasing Galaxy S9 at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show that takes place annually in Las Vegas. Initial reports signaled that Galaxy S9 might be shown to a selected number people at CES just like the company did with its Galaxy S8 during the MWC […]

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Microsoft hiring engineers to fit Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 in future devices such as the Surface Phone

Microsoft hiring engineers to fit Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 in future device such as the Surface Phone

Microsoft and its hardware partner Qualcomm are working on the first devices with the Snapdragon 835 chipset. They are also working for an emulation-based full version of Windows 10 that will be running in notebooks. Right now, Microsoft is looking for employees who will help make Qualcomm’s next high-end SoC that will be fit for use with Windows. At the same […]

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Galaxy S9 might get a slower version and you can thank Qualcomm for that

Galaxy S9 might get a slower version and you can thank Qualcomm for that

Because of Qualcomm patents and Sprint’s and Verizon’s legacy CDMA voice networks, America gets a Snapdragon-based Galaxy S line from Samsung. The rest of the world get Samsung’s own Exynos line of chipsets and enjoy better battery efficiency and an audio processor. Samsung has just announced its second generation 10nm LPP processors so the situation might change. […]

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