Samsung is now launching a pair of new phones, the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy 7, which feature a fingerprint scanner on the back and a fingerprint sensor on the front.
It’s a bit of a departure from the Galaxy Note 7, the phone that had a “fingerprint scanner on back” gimmick.
That’s changed, though, and the new phones feature a new fingerprint sensor that can scan the front and rear of the phone.
The fingerprint scanner is also more secure.
Both the Galaxy 8 and Galaxy 8 Plus will feature fingerprint scanners, which means that they will be more secure against thieves and other people who might try to use the phones to commit crimes.
These new phones also support Samsung Pay, which has already been announced for the Galaxy series.
Both Samsung and Apple are now offering a version of the Galaxy 9.
Samsung has announced a new Galaxy Note 9 in the US, and a new version of its Galaxy Note 10.1 smartphone is also coming to the US.
But as of right now, Samsung is not launching the Galaxy 11 or Galaxy 10.
We don’t yet know if these phones will be available to the public, but they will likely come out soon.
The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S10 have already been leaked, and it’s rumored that they’re going to be both Galaxy phones.
Both of these phones are rumored to be the next Galaxy series, though they won’t have a fingerprint reader.