According to the latest reports, the Galaxy Note 6 will likely features Iris Scanner, the same to iPhone 7.
Iris scanner is an automated method of biometric identification that uses mathematical pattern-recognition techniques on video images of one or both of the irises of an individual’s eyes, whose complex random patterns are unique, stable, and can be seen from some distance.
Iris scanner is the best of breed authentication process available today.
Stable – the unique pattern in the human iris is formed by 10 months of age, and remains unchanged throughout one’s lifetime
Unique – the probability of two rises producing the same code is nearly impossible
Flexible – iris recognition technology easily integrates into existing security systems or operates as a standalone
Reliable – a distinctive iris pattern is not susceptible to theft, loss or compromise
Non-Invasive – unlike retinal screening, iris recognition is non-contact and quick, offering unmatched accuracy when compared to any other security alternative, from distances as far as 3″ to 10″.
Iris scanner for Galaxy Note 6
We have been discussing Samsung’s potential to place an iris scanner in the Galaxy lineup since the Galaxy S5 in 2013. Every year, it seems that a rumor pops up about the inclusion of ocular-based identification technologies, and yet, nothing seems to come out. However, intel suggests that Samsung’s R&D department recently received a large shipment of “IRIS CAM (Parts for Samsung Mobile),” leading some in the industry to assume they must be for the Galaxy Note 6. While the addition of an iris scanner would be quite fancy, we won’t hold our breath.
The Galaxy Note 6 may also offer new eye-scanning biometric security, based on some “strong hints,” SamMobile said. Specifically, Samsung was recently spotted shipping 200 iris camera modules to India for testing, according to a post on import data website. There’s no specific mention of the Note 6, but the flagship phablet seems like a prime candidate for this new high-tech feature.
The Galaxy Note 6 also rumored to pack a 5.8-inch Quad HD display, up to 6GB of RAM, and run Android N out of the box. It’s expected to have the same IP68 rating for water and dust resistance as the Galaxy S7.
Iris Scanner for iPhone 7
Many users find that iPhone 7 has an extra hole on the front top, except for camera and light sensor. It stands a good chance for Iris Scanner to increase security. We can image that take a look at the iPhone can realize payment directly which is more convenient than fingerprint recognition. As we all know, fingerprint has the situation of untidy and wet hands which influence usage. Anyway, your eyes won’t encounter the case. In addition, Iris scanner can not forge, ensure the security of our data.
Iris scanner has the same unique as fingerprint, what’s more, you can unlock Phone Book and Memo, withdrawal from your account, quick access APP. After all those functions realized, can you abandon the iPhone 7? In a word, Iris scanner is new trend, whether iPhone 7 or Galaxy Note 6 adopts, it will come about.