A new report suggests that Samsung may be removing the iris scanner in its upcoming flagship phones, the Galaxy S10 family. The focus will be on the new fingerprint sensors beneath the display.
Windows 11 released to the Beta channel still has broken Taskbar and Start menu
As we get closer to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona at the end of next month, more leaks are happening. Samsung has had its share and now we get more on features that may be in the S9 and S9+.
When it comes to notches in the displays of our high-end smartphones, the camps for-and-against seem to be evenly split, however, a recent patent filing from Samsung suggests that it is for the notch.
Samsung's Galaxy S8 will be used in a Bank of America pilot program involving 1,500 employees from both companies, to test the handset's iris scanner for use with mobile banking services.
Recently, it was touted that Samsung's iris scanner in the Galaxy S8 could be defeated using a printout and a contact lens. Now, the firm has fired back, stating that the scenario is unrealistic.
While Samsung has brought some amazing technology to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, it appears that the iris scanner isn't quite as secure as one would hope, being defeated by a printout.
Microsoft has filed a patent for a new eye scanning technology that will register multiple data points, increasing security by being able to distinguish a real eye from a photograph.
We are weeks away from the official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and it appears that new information has come to light about its improved front and rear cameras, and its new iris scanner.
Microsoft is now considering whether Windows Hello - its password-free biometric authentication platform for iris, fingerprint and facial recognition on Windows 10 - is ready to come out of beta.
There's been a number of leaks pertaining to the Galaxy Note7 recently, but this latest one seemingly confirms one, big, upcoming feature: the Galaxy Note7 will come with an iris scanner.
iHeartRadio is now available on Windows 10 Mobile, and includes Windows Hello biometric authentication support, allowing users to sign in using the iris scanner on Microsoft's new Lumia flagships.
Samsung executive Lee Young Hee confirmed the phone will be released by April. A design overhaul which may include an iris scanner, a slimmer design and a different cover could feature on the device.