Galaxy S8 has a massive problem, even after unveiling as the greatest ever smartphone
Samsung Galaxy S8 has been unveiled as the greatest and latest smartphone. It is available to the pre-order, but there is a major issue with it that is making this flagship smartphone become hugely irritating.
Unveiled as the powerful smartphone due to various reasons
For the knowledge of everyone, S8 is unveiled at major Unpacked events in New York and London. Without any doubt, this best looking device is considered as the greatest ever smartphone the whole world has ever seen. A new and powerful processor tucked inside reportedly makes it the fastest phone than Apple iPhone 7 plus. In addition to this, the new cameras will also provide a great experience of photography.
Other important features of S8 include:
- Wireless Charging
- Water Resistant
Some prominent issues in smartphones
Now both Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are available to pre-order. Before every fan of Samsung get too excited, you need to know that there could be a major issue with this popular flagship smartphone. As far as fingerprint scanners are concerned, it is not new to anyone. But security feature embedded under the display should be moved from the front to the rear. Still, fingerprint scanner isn’t seen to many Android phones. The camera lens in place right next to the camera that is often situated underneath it.
Samsung the South Korean giant initially wanted to keep the scanner on the front of this smartphone, but it is clearly visible that they changed their plans. This might be due to the mixed results of keeping the scanner on the front side. It is reported that last year Samsung poured resources into Synaptics’ fledgling technology. It wasn’t successful and the results were frustrating. There are also reports that the technology giant decided to relocate the fingerprint scanning home button to the back of S8 and S8 plus in the last minute. It seems, this decision is causing some problems to their smartphones.
For more updates, keep eye on our page. We will keep you update with the new security feature in the upcoming weeks.