Samsung is rumored to be working on the Galaxy P30 and P30+ phones, which will be its first with an in-display fingerprint reader. A few more details have emerged about those two, which will likely go official before the end of the year (and thus before the new Galaxy S flagships).
Samsung is working on to bring two new mainstreams in the Galaxy lineup with an in-display fingerprint reader. Now, these two devices are not the Flagship series, but it will be named after the Galaxy P30 and P30+ phones. So, both of these devices will go official before the end of this year, just before launching their flagship S10 series.
Now, Samsung always tests their new features on budget smartphones before putting them on their flagship ones. So, both of these smartphones are surely a real deal. Rumors say, that the Samsung Galaxy P30 (SM-G6200) will come with 64GB or 128GB storage. Further, it will come in Blue, Red, Pink, and Black colors. All thee colors will come up in the form of gradients, similar to the recent incarnations of the Galaxy A9 Star.
Both of these smartphones will reportedly come with LCD displays rather than the OLED panels. The main objection over here is that the current optical readers work only on OLED screens. So, these reports look strange and may be completely false.
So, we assume that Galaxy-P series of the smartphone will be exclusive in China. Now, this is due to the fact, that in-display fingerprint scanners have a huge competition in the Chinese market. So, what do you think should these new smartphones enter the other markets? Kindly share your thoughts in the comments section below.