Samsung Having Brightness Issues With Displays With Embedded Fingerprint Scanner

Vivo might embed home button into display before Samsung or Apple

T-Mobile said earlier this week it will begin to deploy services on some of the 600 MHz spectrum it bought earlier this year during the incentive auction, raising the eyebrows of some onlookers who thought those airwaves might not come to market until later this year-at the earliest.

It's also worth bearing in mind that the front panels you see in the videos and images above may be of a prototype design that Samsung has since modified or discarded.

The analyst also said that Vivo will be launching a new phone on June 28, and it's possible that it will be the first smartphone to feature the embedded fingerprint scanner, according to GSM Arena. The image reveals an impressively slim top bezel, which falls in line with other rumors that the Galaxy Note 8 would sport the same Infinity Display as the Galaxy S8 series. The Galaxy S8 is $30 down and $70 a month ($750 full retail price), while the Galaxy S8+ is $70 down and $30 a month ($790 full retail price).

Last year, the Galaxy Note 7 shipped with the same hardware specs as the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The Galaxy Note 8 tested was running Android 7.1.1 Nougat, which echoes earlier rumors that the phablet would not launch with Android O on board out of the box. The Galaxy Note 8 is also expected to retain the same 18.5:9 aspect ratio of the Galaxy S8.

The company is now expected to introduce an in-display fingerprint sensor with the Galaxy Note 8. The base storage should be retained at 64GB with support for microSD card expansion.

The mobile's camera and fingerprint security scanner, which both protruded out of the rear of the older G5 model, are now completely flush with the device's backplate.

In terms of cameras, we expect to see a dual-lens setup on the back, but the exact details of the lenses to be used remain unclear.

However, it would now appear that the Samsung Bixby early access program is coming to the USA, according to a new report earlier this week from TechCrunch.

Samsung claims Bixby Voice will be able to handle complex tasks across many apps.