Galaxy Note 9 Will Boast Feature We Wish iPhone X Had

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Samsung seems to have recovered from the PR nightmare caused by batteries in the Galaxy Note 7 overheating and catching fire.

The company hopes to deliver the similar solution in a long term like Face ID system of Apple which is expected to debut soon with the new iPhone X. Earlier this week, a video surfaced shows a Samsung blowing into flames in a man's shirt pocket. Fresh information coming from Ming-Chi Kuo, a reliable analyst from KGI Securities states that Samsung will embed an optical fingerprint scanner under the display of the Galaxy Note 9 that will be probably unveiled in Q3 2018. He later told the Daily Mail that he felt a strong sensation of heat and shaking, panicking when he realized he was on fire.

A man in Indonesia suffered minor burns as a smartphone violently exploded in his shirt pocket, seen in a security camera grab uploaded to YouTube. In this article, we will check out that what new changes this update brings to the device. The video score is a slightly low but given that the overall rating is the best one at the moment, there wouldn't be any other choice better than Galaxy Note 8 in the market for good camera and video. Samsung said to the CNN "We sincerely want quick recovery of our customer and the person, but we will also authentically advocate or recommended that people or customer should not use the third party battery for their Samsung gadget". Someone comes to rescue and right away, removes his shirt in order to avoid the further injury on the person.

According to a string of posts on social media and Reddit, customers on all four major phone networks in the US as well as some users in Europe and Australia have been experiencing intermittent problems receiving text messages on their device.

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