It seems like Samsung is playing “yes or no” in-display fingerprint scanner game with its user. When any Samsung device is about to come, everyone keeps on waiting, terming that device to be the Samsung’s first device having an in-display fingerprint scanner. However, when the device is unveiled, the disappointment wraps its lovers who are unable to believe that Chinese companies like Vivo etc are performing better and successful in including the technology before the Korean giant, Samsung. For some months, we were having speculations that Galaxy S10 will be the first device of Samsung to have an in-display fingerprint scanner, however, yesterday we came to know that Galaxy P30 will win the race getting the medal of first Samsung device with an in-display fingerprint scanner. Now a new rumour claims that the previous one is not true. It means Samsung Galaxy P30 in-display Fingerprint Scanner is just a rumour.
Samsung Galaxy P30 in-display Fingerprint Scanner is a rumour
This latest news has been revealed by Chinese leakster, MMDDJ_ who wrote on Twitter that there is no in-display fingerprint sensor on Galaxy P30. He also revealed that the P30 will have 6GB of RAM and the Galaxy P series phones will offer high-end hardware at a low price.
No in display fingerprint sensor on GALAXY P30(SM-G6200) ,and the ram of P30 is 6GB.P Series is just high hardware with low price.
And Galaxy A will more prefer about using experience.
— 萌萌的电教 (@MMDDJ_) September 25, 2018
In-Fact the new Samsung smartphones, Galaxy P30 & P30+ will have a cheap optical version of an in-display fingerprint scanner. Samsung S10 will also feature an in-display fingerprint reader which would be the ultrasonic, more accurate and expensive.
Galaxy P30 & P30+ will be unveiled on October 11th. Whereas Samsung Galaxy S10will be introduced at CES 2019 in January and launched at MWC 2019 in February. Another most awaited device, Samsung Galaxy X will also be unveiled at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
Now the question is: when exactly Samsung will release a phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor? Maybe never!