But with Vivo now having launched the world's first smartphone to feature an in-display sensor (with another on the way), there may be greater pressure on Samsung to reassert its leadership in the consumer mobile biometrics industry, especially since Apple appears to have abandoned fingerprint recognition entirely in favor of its high-tech infrared facial recognition technology. If you want to buy the Galaxy 7 Prime 2 smartphone then you can click on the "Notify Icon" on the website. Interestingly the phone display a SOLD OUT tag along. From the existing reports, we know that Samsung is also working on other J series phones such as Galaxy J7, Galaxy J8 and J8 Plus. Maybe the phone will be available on other e-commerce platforms later on. The device comes in a metal unibody and the 5.5-inch Full HD display features a Gorilla Glass finish. The handsets are powered by 10nm Octa-core processors which vary from region to region.
"The biggest concern for Samsung Electronics will be low yields of phones with the newest in-display fingerprint sensor", said an official at a biometrics solution developer. Both the devices boot Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. Apart from that, the Galaxy S9 boasts 4GB of RAM, while the larger Galaxy S9+ variant comes with 6GB of RAM. The internal storage of the phone is expandable via microSD card up to 256GB.
Galaxy J7 Prime 2 comes equipped with Samsung Pay mini as well as the Samsung Mall.
The Galaxy S9 comes with a single camera sensor on the rear.
Samsung Galaxy S9 features a 12- megapixel rear camera with two f-stop modes i.e. f/1.5 and f/2.4. The combined BoM cost for the smartphone's camera modules is $44.95, of which $34.95 is from the new primary camera, the research firm said.
The phone is backed by a 3300 mAh battery and also includes fingerprint scanner integrated with the Home button. In terms of connectivity, there is Bluetooth 4.1 option along with a 3.5mm audio jack, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/ n, 4G LTE, GPS, FM Radio and micro USB 2.0.