The Galaxy Note 8 Schematics Confirm Fingerprint Scanner On The Back

The recent Galaxy Note 8 leak seems to disclose an earlier rumor that said the new Samsung flagship mobile device will not have what the signature feature of the Apple iPhone 8. In fact, earlier rumors had suggested that the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 and iPhone 8 would be on the same level in term of its features. One of the many common things is that the fingerprint scanner of the Samsung Note unit will be on the back.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Schematics

According to WCCFTech, the leaked images were posted on SlashLeaks. The images clearly show the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 8 schematics. It also indicates that the smartphone will have a dual rear lens camera, as well as a dual flash camera on the back. Aside from that, the schematics also declares the predecessor of the Galaxy Note 7 will have a dual speaker system, the first speaker is located on the bottom, while the second one is at the top.

The schematic indicates many things about the new mobile device from the Korean tech company. One of these confirms that the smartphone will retain the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack. Also, according to BGR, an S Pen stylus opening is seen, meaning there will be a new design for an S Pen. All components on the bottom side of the gadget appear to be perfectly aligned as well.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Fingerprint Scanner

Indeed, the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 is another beautiful mobile device from Samsung. However, there’s one disappointing feature that is seen on the back of it. That is a circle that is possible to be a fingerprint sensor.

Many reports suggested that with the Galaxy Note 8, Samsung would achieve a thing it wasn’t able to do in the season of the Galaxy S8. That is the fingerprint sensor that would be built into the display itself. However, an anonymous Samsung executive said last week that the upcoming Note 8 won’t have the feature, suggesting the smartphone will use a rear-facing fingerprint sensor instead.


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