Samsung is gearing up to bring next flagship device in its Note lineup – Galaxy note 9 after unveiling the recent flagship device in the S series – Galaxy S9. Reports are there that the upcoming device may bring some elementary design changes than the previous models.

As earlier reports claimed that Samsung was interested in copying Apple’s design of top notch introduced in iPhone X for the upcoming Note 9 and a patent design was also applied with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

The fresh report is even more interesting that suggests the South Korean tech giant may bring Under Display Fingerprint Sensor for its upcoming Note device. It may be reminded that Vivo, a Chinese manufacturer has already achieved this milestone in its recent device Vivo X20 Plus UD.

This has been for long that Samsung was reportedly working on to embed fingerprint sensor beneath the display but multiple reports claimed that the company has stopped due to some technical issues.

However, the fresh report shared by The Korea Herald, a South Korean publication hints again that Note 9 would be the first Samsung product with the innovative in-display fingerprint sensor.

The publication reports through unnamed source that Samsung Display has managed to create three to four kinds of in-screen fingerprint scanner solution for the Samsung Electronics. Now both the entities are pondering on using of the one of the solutions and expectedly to decide the final concept of Galaxy Note 9 by the end of current month.

Leaked information surrounding the Note 9 suggests that the overall appearance won’t be very different from the predecessor Galaxy Note 8. Like the Galaxy S9 and S9+, the Note 9’s Infinity Design is expected to arrive with slightly reduced bezels.

In the past years, Samsung was seen finalizing the design of Note devices around five months before the official announcement. If the current rumors prove true, the Galaxy Note 9 would be announced in August this year.

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