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The first thing you need to know about Samsung’s Galaxy S7 smartphone

The first time I ever heard the name “Samsung Galaxy S6,” I was immediately skeptical.

I wasn’t expecting anything more from the smartphone, and the fact that Samsung was launching a Galaxy S5 smartphone at the same time did nothing to help my mind.

I was wrong.

The Galaxy S8 was the biggest leap forward in terms of performance, design, and overall feel for a smartphone since the S6, and it’s certainly not the first time Samsung has been at the forefront of a smartphone category.

But the S8 has changed the landscape of the smartphone game in the same way that the Galaxy S series has changed how we think about technology.

The new Galaxy S9 is shaping up to be a big step forward for Samsung, as it’s expected to become the biggest smartphone of the year.

In addition to the S7’s impressive specs, the S9 features a powerful processor and camera, plus a fingerprint sensor that helps unlock the phone without a password.

The S9 has a 1080p OLED display that looks great and the rear camera is a 13-megapixel one.

It’s the fingerprint scanner that has Samsung’s attention in the first place.

The fingerprint scanner is a little gimmicky, but the new Galaxy Note 9 has a much better one.

The new fingerprint scanner on the Note 9 uses a sensor that can be adjusted to read the shape of the hand or the amount of pressure.

If you swipe the sensor up, the scanner will register the shape and the pressure of your finger.

If it’s off, you can also press the sensor down to unlock the device.

The sensor works great for unlocking the Galaxy Note 10, as you can see in the images below.

The S9’s fingerprint scanner can also be adjusted for better results.

Samsung is hoping that this new sensor will be a major advantage for the Note lineup.

If the sensor is off, the phone will not unlock.

If there is a fingerprint on the sensor, it will unlock, but you will still have to unlock your phone with your finger, which is annoying.

But Samsung is also hoping that the new sensor could help users unlock their phones faster and easily.

I’m not a fan of Samsung’s fingerprint sensor, as the sensor doesn’t feel like a fingerprint at all.

I’m not even a fan that the sensor has to be adjusted, as if you press down on the button for a second, the sensor will register your finger and the sensor won’t register a second.

If I’m pressed down, the fingerprint sensor will start registering the pressure as soon as the phone is unlocked.

It’s a very minor annoyance, but it’s annoying nonetheless.

The best part about the new fingerprint sensor is that it works with almost every single Android phone out there, so if you’re a fan, you should definitely check out the Note 10.

I don’t know about you, but I think the fingerprint reader on my Galaxy S10 has been one of the best parts of the device so far.

If Samsung wants to sell me a Galaxy Note phone, the new S9 and S9 Plus will have to stand out.