Reasons You Shouldn't Buy or Upgrade to the Galaxy S9 now

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Now that we've all got over the excitement of the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, it's time to think about what Samsung is planning next - and it's nearly certain that they're working on another Note device, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

Johnston poured water on the idea that retail orders for Samsung's Galaxy S9 will be 10 to 15 per cent higher than past year - he estimated them falling some 50 per cent on 2017's Galaxy S8. Well that's because Samsung is facing some "technological difficulties" in putting a fingerprint scanner below the display.

As of now, Samsung Turkey has revealed planned release dates of Android Oreo to Galaxy Note 8 and some other premium models previously launched. Samsung was testing both the ultrasonic and optical solutions, but both of them failed to meet its standards. Due to these issues, it is predicted that Samsung is keeping this fingerprint sensor at the bay. Instead, it will introduce new products and technologies when they are ready. He adds that he does not expect to see the mass market adoption of the technology until the first half of 2019. In this brief amount of time, I have used this smartphone as my main device to see how it performs and how the features fare in the real-world scenario.

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In all honesty, the camera on the S9 is quite good, but considering we have tested the Google Pixel 2 extensively, Samsung's new offering is not as good.

The Galaxy S9 is just starting to make its way out to pre-order customers, but Samsung is wasting no time getting the device updated. But it does not mean that the same would take away the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. Even the reliable Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI predicted that the 2018 Note will finally pull it off.

Lots of smartphone owners have opted to stick with their existing smartphone rather than buy the new breed of insanely expensive flagships such as the iPhone X. Apple says Face ID is far more secure than the Touch ID fingerprint sensor.

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