Samsung could bring fingerprint scanning technology to their Nougat devices
Samsung has a very nice beta programme and one of the things that makes their stand out from that of others is the support for user feedback and suggestions given. In response to the suggestion offered by a tester who is on the beta Nougat programme, Samsung themselves have issued an official reply which borders on the use of fingerprint scanners on their units which would finally get a push to the Nougat platform.
From the suggestion of the user, all he wanted to see was that fingerprint technology gets boosted on the Galaxy devices to get the big 7 so much that they can work in the same way that they do with the Pixels, obeying a lot of gestures and swipes to perform tasks on the device and Samsung has acknowledged the suggestion, saying that they themselves are in the works on how to improve this feature.
Before Samsung start to play around with how to incorporate fingerprint scanning technology into new devices though, they should consider the improvement of how this feature works on the US variants of their Galaxy S7 which runs on the QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 chipsets and has an averagely performing scanner as compared to the Exynos variant launched internationally.
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