Galaxy S9 could double up on security with improved facial recognition

A lot of things that customers complained about could be addressed with the release of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Aside from the same 10nm FinFET technology being used for the development of the Exynos 9810, Samsung could improve the security aspect of the Galaxy S9.

Galaxy S9 could double up on security with improved facial recognition

According to an outside report, the Galaxy S9 could feature an iris scanner and facial recognition technology. Firstly, the iris scanner on the Galaxy S9 was very slow and the facial recognition scanner could be fooled with something as simple as a picture. It looks like Samsung is going to be developing smarter tech in order to make the iris scanner and facial recognition security features faster, but smarter and more accurate.

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Samsung is also said to be developing software that will help make this technology a lot more accurate for the average user. Another thing that we’d like to see from the company is the position change of the fingerprint reader. It should be present at the same location as the LG V30 or the OnePlus 5T since that is a much easier place to reach compared to the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy Note 8.

While there haven’t been any confirmed reports, Samsung has also been rumored to be working on its own 3D sensor that will improve facial recognition. Apart from Samsung, other phone manufacturers such as Xiaomi, OPPO, and Huawei have also secured industry suppliers to provide them with their own 3D sensing solutions.

This could make the Galaxy S9 a lot more expensive but at least you’re getting a secure phone in the end.

If you want to know more about what could be present in the upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, be sure to check out our roundup of the phone given in the link above.

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