Galaxy A9, the 2016 edition of Galaxy A7, Galaxy A5 of 2016, and the 2016 version of GalaxyA3 that are successors of the existing Samsung Galaxy A Smartphone series may feature fingerprint sensors on their device home buttons like other Galaxy handsets previously launched, according to the recent news tipped by Antonio Monaco, who is an HDBlog writer.
Samsung Galaxy A series
This development does appear to be a possibility, despite the fact that Samsung has not yet confirmed the subsistence of any of the next-gen Galaxy A series Smartphones. It is noteworthy that the fingerprint scanner characteristic has just been in high-end Samsung Smartphones until this moment, just like the Galaxy Note series and Galaxy S flagships.
It was also brought into the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, otherwise referred to as the predecessor of the Galaxy A-series, but never made it to the Galaxy A-series.
Samsung Pay mobile payment & Fingerprint Sensor
It was suggested from a recent report that high-end Samsung Smartphone features like Samsung Pay mobile payment and fingerprint scanner may make it to budget Smartphones soon. It was also pointed out that the price might be the one of the major obstacles that will hinder the adoption of the Samsung Pay and fingerprint scanner features.
The move is believed to have been stimulated by the performance of the South Korean company in up-and-coming markets with low-end handsets. The full detail about any launch time-frame is restricted as of now. Nevertheless, adding Samsung Pay and fingerprint scanner will attract customers and also add to the feature list of the low-end Smartphone of the company.