Samsung is reportedly planning to bring the iris recognition technology on an affordable version of the device

Samsung iris scanner
Samsung rumored to be replacing iris-recognition technology with 3D facial identification sensors more accurate. However, this replacement will only affect the flagship class of smartphones such as the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S10.

Samsung is also rumored to plan on presenting iris-recognition technology on the device affordable versions of his work. It is predicted the media in South Korea shall occur at the end of the year 2018 or 2019 earlier in the year.

One of the affordable Samsung phones that will be supported by this iris scanner sensor rumored as an updated version of Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus. Early versions of this model were launched by Samsung in December 2016.

However, XDA Developers reported that Samsung has no plans to update the model on this year. Unfortunately, there is not much available information related to the latest Samsung smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Plus is expected to attend with 5.5 inches sized screen and resolution qHD (540 x 950 pixels), rear camera, 16MP camera 5MP front, and battery capacity of 3,650 mAh.

In addition, this smartphone is predicted to be launched by using the Android operating system Oreo, and not the latest version of Google's mobile operating system Android, namely P.


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