What about the same feature twins.:)
More and more smartphones now come equipped with facial recognition security, offering up a new way for us all to secure and unlock our smartphones. While not as widespread and not necessarily more secure than a fingerprint scanner, new biometric ideas like facial recognition seem to be the way forward. So let’s explore what options are out there, how they work, and what they mean for security.
Samsung Face Recognition and Iris Scanning
Samsung was the first to pack advanced facial recognition technologies into a top-tier flagship with iris scanning technology inside the ill fated Galaxy Note 7. The technology stuck around inside the Galaxy S8 and new Note 8, which forms part of Samsung’s security suite alongside a broader face recognition system and fingerprint options.
Samsung’s iris scanning technology works by identifying the patterns in your irises. Just like fingerprints, these are unique to each person, making them very…
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