The Galaxy S9 may come with Intelligent Scan face unlocking

Samsung is set to launch its Samsung Unpacked on February 25 to unveil its latest Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + phones, one day before the launch of the MWC 2018 Mobile World Congress, according to invitations sent to the press several days ago days.

The leaks have revealed many things related to those phones such as specifications, pricing, availability and other things, but the leaks are not over for these phones, a new report on the possible features found in phones, including smart scanner technology and 3D posters side Along with a new camera mode called Tag Shot.

These new features have been discovered through the application of the Samsung settings for the Android version of Oreo trial used within the Galaxy Note 8, and according to comments within the application, these features may reach the phones Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 + also, but may appear for the first time from Through the Galaxy S9 and S9 +.

Speaking of features, Intelligent Scan seems to be the direct competitor of Apple's Face ID technology, which combines Samsung's iris-reader technology with facial recognition technology, greatly improving the accuracy and security of the scan even in light conditions Low, after lighting was one of the highlights of the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 feature.

It is interesting to see how this problem can be solved in the latest handsets without the need for new sensors. Intelligent scanning technology does not replace facial recognition or iris readers, so one feature is disabled if the other In use, and if expectations are confirmed, it is clear that smart scanning technology will be the best option.

The information also reveals that this feature is capable of replacing biometric authentication through fingerprints. Other options offered by Samsung may only be used to unlock the device, while smart scanning technology may be used to verify user identity within applications and log site access data.

In addition, Samsung may add new features related to the camera is a new imaging mode and 3D posters, which appears at first glance direct rival to Apple's Animoji feature, but may be similar to the feature of the virtual reality posters on the second generation of pixels, in While the new shooting mode called Tag Shot allows you to tag images using location data and weather information.
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Khalil Elhazmiri

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