Therefore, the latest report appears that said if the South Korean mobile phone giant is intending to make this irisnya scanner features as a standard in conducting financial transactions. The report was revealed by South Korean media, The Korea Herald.
According to The Korea Herald, as quoted from Ubergizmo, Samsung is currently looking for efforts to realize that intention. Chances are, for the first time as Samsung's opener will take advantage of its digital payment system, Samsung Pay.
This feature is expected to glide first in two countries, namely South Korea and North America. Other countries may follow along with the growing list of merchants who accept Samsung Pay payment systems.
As mentioned before, this iris scanner feature appeared along with the launch of Galaxy Note 7. Unfortunately, at that time Galaxy Note 7 became a product that failed because of battery issues. Samsung did not want to despair, by bringing these features to the Galaxy S8 and continue his dream.
When this is successful, it is not impossible if in the future many OEMs that implement similar features in the latest mobile phone. Similarly, the fingerprint sensor features are now widely used in a number of mobile phones, both flagship and middle class.