The report adds that Face scanner, iris scanner and Intelligent Scan can't be used at the same time and that disabling one will also switch off the other two features. According to XDA Developer, one of its forum members who performed an APK teardown of the Android Oreo beta for Galaxy Note 8 was able to find a new security feature that will be arriving on the Galaxy S9 duo.
Samsung has hinted that the Galaxy S9 might include more advanced face recognition, but we're now getting clues as to what's involved. It is yet to be confirmed, although there have been numerous rumors claiming that Samsung is going to be taking a feature from the iPhone X's book.More news: Twitter Erupts as Hillary Clinton Mocks Trump During Surprise Grammys Appearance
A new leak details the sleek design of the Galaxy S9, rumored to look extremely similar in looks to the S8. Perhaps the biggest highlight of the Galaxy S9 lineup would be "reimagined" camera, which was teased by the company in its Unpacked event invite. S9+ will come with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage while the S9 will get 4GB RAM with 64GB storage just like S8. In the meantime, we're guessing this is just the first of more forthcoming leaks of Samsung's next flagship phone. Word on the street is that the Galaxy S8 successor will have variable aperture setting options, which allows users switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4 apertures depending on the lighting environment. The front camera on the Galaxy S9 will reportedly have an iris scanner integrated into the sensor, while the Galaxy S9+ will have a separate camera sensor and an iris scanner. This may work in both bright and low light situations. However, the S9 Plus is said to house dual-camera, but there is no information on MP count.
The company announced on its website that will formally launch the next generation of Galaxy devices during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, on 25 February 2018.More news: Karnataka bandh: Offices, malls, movie halls shut over security concerns bengaluru
One thing that looks certain is both the S9 and S9+ will have far better camera credentials than anything we've seen before from the Korean technology firm.More news: Korea fears above "comfort women" row to attend Olympics
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