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Samsung Galaxy P30 & P30+ is Not Coming with In-Display FP Itseems

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Initially it was rumoured that Galaxy S10 to be launched next year will be Samsung’s first device with an in-screen fingerprint sensor. Now according to a new report, the South Korean giant may launch a couple of smartphones with the in-screen fingerprint sensor before the Galaxy S10. The upcoming P-series Galaxy P30 and P30+ devices  are said to carry a cheaper version of an under display fingerprint sensor.

The handset will be exclusive to the Chinese smartphone market bearing model number SM-G6200. According to reliable tipster @MMDDJ on twitter, the Galaxy P30 and P30+ will be coming with LCD panels. It was reported earlier that this phone would be coming with in-display fingerprint scanner by SamMobile. But LCD panels are incompatible with in-screen fingerprint sensor tech currently available.

If the next tweet from @MMDDJ is to be believed, the Galaxy P30 might not be the first phones from Samsung to come with in display fingerprint scanners.

The Galaxy P30 and Galaxy P30+ are expected to be launched as early as next month. It looks like the company is in hurry to launch these smartphones as Galaxy S10 will launch early next year at CES 2019 in January. But this will not lessen the hype of the Galaxy S10 as there will be more new technologies in the device. It is also speculated to come with a triple rear camera setup and an in display fingerprint scanner.

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We don’t know much about the phone, but we can surely expect the triple camera setup we saw in the recently launched the Galaxy A7 with triple camera setup on the rear. This new strategy of giving premium features in a mid-range segment might work for Samsung in the long run.

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Samsung might use the 64MP ISOCELL GW1 Sensor in Galaxy A70S!

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Samsung recently launched Galaxy A70 here in India which was first announced in Thailand few months before. The device came with some interesting camera module i.e a triple solution to the back and a 32MP shooter to the front. The device was decently priced and now the brand is working on a successor to it reportedly to call as A70s. According to Korean website ET news; the device will be the world’s first device to have a 64MP sensor.

Reports on the web confirms that the device will carry a 64MP sensor which will be of Samsung’s ISOCELL Bright GW1 which was announced earlier this month. The largest sensor as of now is 48MP which is available in Samsung as GM1 and from Sony is IMX586.

The 64MP GW1 sensor uses pixel-merging Tetracell technology and remosaic algorithm to produce 16MP photos in low-light environments and detailed 64MP pictures in brighter settings. The mechanism is same as the 48MP sensor. There’s support for Super PD on board which means the high-performance phase detection autofocus tech.

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The sensor is also capable of real-time HDR of up to 100-decibels to produce richer hues. Apparently the sensor is the capable of full-HD recording at 480 fps for smooth cinematic slow-mo videos. This is a major advantage of the sensor.

The source reveals that the device will be launched in Q3/Q4 of this year. The report doesn’t revealed any other information on the tech of new 64MP sensor. The Galaxy A70 was powered by Snapdragon 675 and 32+8+5MP triple camera setup and a 32MP selfie shooter. It has 6.7 inch super AMOLED display with a massive 4500mAh battery and support for 25W fast charging tech.

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Mi 9T Gets Certified in Thailand, Possibly a Pro Version of Mi 9!

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Xiaomi sub-brand Mi has launched the flagship Mi 9 and variants such as Mi 9 Transparent Edition and Mi 9 SE earlier in 2019. These smartphones are yet to be launched in the major global markets but the Chinese manufacturer is already preparing for its next smartphone in the series: the alleged Mi 9T.

 

An unnamed Mi series smartphone with model number M190310G received certification from the NBTC regulatory database in Thailand. This is not the first time the smartphone has been spotted as it has already been certified by numerous regulatory agencies in the past like NCC, EEC, IMDA and FCC. The smartphone is speculated to be none other than the Xiaomi Mi 9T.

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From the NTBC certification, there is much information about the device apart from its model number. However, the certification hints that it could be launch sometime soon. The company is yet to officially confirm the phone or release any teaser, which we expect to happen soon.

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Redmi K20 Hands On Leaked, Official Images & Posts Reveal In Display FP, AMOLED display & More!

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Ahead of the launch of Redmi‘s flagships, Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro, photos of the smartphone have surfaced online getting the fans more excited and stuff to talk about.

The photos reveal a button on the left side dedicated to Xiaomi’s virtual assistant.

Redmi has already confirmed that the K20 will feature a 48MP primary camera, 4000 mAh battery, 960 fps slow-mo video recording and now it revealed that it will feature a seventh-gen optical in-screen fingerprint sensor.

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The company said the fingering sensor is equipped with a 3P lens and has 7.2µm ultra-large pixels. It has a 100% higher photo-sensitive area, 15% more scanning area and is 30% more accurate than previous generation scanners.

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The UD fingerprint scanner on the notch-less Redmi K20 features DSP acceleration technology that increases its unlock speed by 10% compared to the previous generation while increasing the success rate by 30% under direct light and low temperature.

Also, here’s the first look at Redmi K20 from the back, take a look:

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