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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 might have an under-screen fingerprint sensor

10 October 2017, 12:38 | Jodi Jackson

Samsung smartphone explodes in man's pocket; company claims owner used a third-party battery

[Video] Samsung phone explodes in a man's pocket

The company also has the largest market share in the world for Mobile as well as being the largest producer of memory chips, which are used in cars, ai and the Internet of Things.

A Samsung Galaxy Duos smartphone recently exploded in a man's shirt pocket and the whole incident has been captured on CCTV camera.

At least five separate reports of the new 5.5in iPhone 8 Plus smartphones have shown deformed phones, swelled batteries and screens being detached from the aluminum bodies of the devices. The Smartphone is one of Samsung's older Galaxy Duos, and it was launched in 2013. In a statement released to CNET, Samsung says that the company isn't at fault.

The procedure is based on a modified boot image which can be flashed using Samsung's ODIN utility software, and you can re-flash the stock Note 8 software at any time (again, without tripping Knox).


The under-display sensor would allow users to no longer express frustration over the back-mounted fingerprint sensor, what some devoted Samsung faithful consider to be one of the worst features of the new Galaxy lineup.

But we rarely see the moment a phone catches fire and the panic that ensues. "I took off my shirt as quickly as I could".

Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 - but perhaps not the company's Galaxy S9 - will come with this most anticipated feature.

According to The Guardian, it's not even limited to the United States, despite it being the origin of a large number of fingers pointed at Samsung, with at least some devices in Canada, Australia, France and the United Kingdom also impacted by the same mysterious bug. It might, however, only be a short-lived feature, as he believes that even Samsung will migrate over to face recognition just like everyone else.



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