Potential Galaxy S7 feature could make Apple’s unique fingerprint scanners out of date

 

Apple introduced the period of biometric cell phone security when it included unique fingerprint scanners on the iPhone 5s however Samsung is working on an innovation that could make fingerprint scanning out of date. Android Authority reports that Samsung is working with the Stanford Research Institute to include iris-scanning innovation into Samsung mobile phones.

The first cell phone to utilize the innovation, which is called Iris on the Move, will be a customized Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 that Samsung will divulge at ISC West 2015. The Stanford Research Institute says that this unique tablet will “give quick, simple to-utilize, and precise biometric identity management answers for its clients” with innovation that has been demonstrated “to be more than 1,000 times more exact than distributed fingerprint data.”

Both Apple and Samsung’s unique fingerprint scanners are thought to be shaky contrasted with different sorts of biometric identifications, including iris scanning and vein scanners.

SRI also tells that it will be “seeking initial adopters of the new product for various security and identity management applications,” which will include security apps for “airports, access control, workforce management, and similar security applications.”

Whether this innovation makes it to the Galaxy S7 stays to be seen, obviously, however in the event that these beginning trial runs are fruitful, we can’t see why Samsung wouldn’t have any desire to incorporate it in future leader gadgets.

 

 

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