While a triple camera phone from Korea is now a reality, a Samsung Galaxy Smartphone with the in-display fingerprint sensor is long overdue. The 10th-anniversary Galaxy Smartphone series which is expected to come in four variants is widely rumored to be Samsung’s first device with the technology. And while Samsung and Qualcomm which is expected to be the supplier of the tech remains mum on the specific subject, the latest scoop from China’s Weibo has it that there might be an entirely new series of Samsung phones to come fitted with the trending tech.
Sammobile reports that Samsung might be preparing a new series of smartphone which is expected to come fitted with the in-display fingerprint sensor, and what is more, the new Galaxy P series (Samsung Galaxy P30 and P30+) might even debut before the anniversary Galaxy phones. Bearing the model number SM-G6200, Sammobile further reports that both the Galaxy P30 and P30+ will come with the in-display tech, and might be exclusive at launch to China.
Although its upcoming flagship devices are expected to get the high-end ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor provided by Qualcomm, there are speculations the P30 and P30+ might come with LCD displays, so these devices might ditch the Qualcomm supplied sensor for an optical in-display fingerprint sensor.
It remains to be known when exactly the alleged Galaxy P30 and P30+ will debut, hopefully, we do expect that to happen before the year runs out, so stay tuned to Gizchina for regular updates.