Samsung Galaxy S8 may have face-to-face technology

Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy S8 has just a few weeks left to launch But the leak attached to the smartphone is coming out much more than ever before. Earlier, we had told about the leaked price of the incoming device. And now a new leak has revealed that this phone has a facial recognition feature. In another news, the same feature was found in the iPhone 8.

So far, with all leaks and disclosures, it has become quite clear that the Galaxy S8 will have a fingerprint scanner on the rear. There will be no button on its front. The display is expected to be besal-lace. To compensate for this, an iris scanner can be given in the device like the Galaxy Note 7. In addition to the iris scanner, The Investor has reported that this device also has facial recognition.

According to a report from Samsung, ‘We have decided to give facial recognition to the Galaxy S8, due to some limitations like speed and accuracy in the iris scanner. With a face scanner, the phone can be unlocked in 0.01 seconds. ‘Now to see that the facial recognition feature will come in both the Galaxy S8 and S8 + or will be exclusive in S8+.

Specifically, there was a report earlier in January that claimed to have facial recognition in the Apple iPhone 8. It is worth noting that the iPhone 8 also reveals that there is an almost bezel-lace design.

The Galaxy S8 can have a 5.8-inch quad HD + super amoled display, but if left on the curved edges it remains only 5.6. The Galaxy S8+ will have a 6.2-inch quad HD + Super Amoled display which leaves 6.1 inches on leaving the edges.

Qualcomm can be the latest Snapdragon 835 processor in Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. While in some markets it will be launched with the Acinos 8895 processor. This flagship phone can be launched in 64 GB inbuilt storage (up to 128 GB via microSD card) variants with 4 GB or 6 GB RAM. The phone is expected to have a 12-megapixel dual rear camera and an 8-megapixel front camera.

This phone will be launched on March 29 at Galaxy Unpacked Event. This event will start at 9.30 pm in Indian time according to Indian time in New York.

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