His analysis is based on reports that three parts suppliers have sent samples of the under-display fingerprint sensors to Samsung - Synaptics, BeyondEyes and Samsung LSI. According to a note from KGI Securities, Samsung wants to utilize a technology that allows the OLED screen to double as a light source for the fingerprint sensor, which would result in better battery life. The latter may still have a rear fingerprint sensor because the South Korean tech giant won't be ready by the time of launch yet.
The owners of the Samsung also presents a video in which he tries to say that for the gadget of the Samsung company people should use the battery of the original Samsung instead of the third party battery. However, Apple came up with the facial sensor technology known as the FaceID for biometrics. This is something that Apple has dropped for their premium iPhone X which costs $999. Apple has yet to announce if its upcoming super premium mobile devices will reintroduce a fingerprint sensor. There is some suspicion that Egis may have a shot as well since they are now supplying the standard fingerprint sensors Samsung is using in their devices, although it is unclear whether they have any display-based technology to offer.
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. Which means that this time we may see features like Dust and Water resistant body on the Galaxy A-series (2018) devices. In fact it was so hard that one of them somehow plumped for something which, to us, sounds far more sci-fi and advanced - 3D laser scanning face recognition.