Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s Iris Scanner Live In Action
Samsung is looking to take on Apple and their new iPhone 7 which is expected to launch in September. We’ve already seen leaked images, press renders, specifications and what not guys. Images that showcase how iris recognition system works on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 have surfaced online, which gives details on how users will be able to feed their iris information.
As per Images Samsung Galaxy Note 7 user has to place the device at a length of (25-35 cm away) from their face with the screen facing towards them. User also needs to position their eyes in such a way that they are pointing directly as shown in below leak.
As for the specifications we know so far, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is expected to come with a 5.8-inch QHD display, 6GB of RAM, 12MP camera for photos and videos, 5MP front-facing camera, iris scanner and is expected to come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.
Samsung has already confirmed their next Unpacked event for August 2nd for the launch of the highly rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Samsung also gave reasons why it is skipping the Galaxy Note 6 name and jumping to Galaxy Note7. “First and foremost though, you might be curious as to why it’s called Galaxy Note7 instead of Galaxy Note 6. There are a couple reasons why. First, the Galaxy Note7 will complement our Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, and unify our product portfolio. Second, the Galaxy Note7 will minimize confusion about the latest mobile technology from Samsung, and provide full alignment with Galaxy S smartphone,” wrote the company in announcement post, confirming previous speculation as to Samsung’s reasons.