In late summer of this year, is expected to announce business-smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note 9, which will be something from Chinese competitors.
The research note was obtained by MacRumors who notes in its own report that Samsung could be facing too many technological issues while working on incorporating the feature.
Next up, Samsung Canada vaguely promises Oreo "support" for the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, A5 and Tab S3 in "Spring/Summer 2018", followed by the Galaxy Xcover 4, Galaxy A8, J3 Prime, Tab A8, Tab Active 2 and Tab A 10.1 "later in 2018". In the beginning of the year was presented citaiton Vivo X20 Plus, the world's first mobile phone with fingerprint scanner inside the screen. Most major smartphone makers, including Samsung, Apple and Huawei saw their sales decline in the three months due to a longer handset-replacement cycle of consumers.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will not come with an under-display fingerprint scanner, claims KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. That probably means you should not expect something new from the Galaxy Note 9, which is likely to launch in the second half of the year. He also claimed that the feature now suffers from problems with screen protectors as well as different environments affecting the success rate of the sensor, which could turn out to be Samsung's reason for removing the technology.