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Samsung Promising Galaxy S9 as Hidden Feature Leaks

Samsung has already confirmed what the Galaxy S9’s most crucial update is possibly, but now following screen leaks, battery detail and other features two again slips by Samsung have finalized a third Galaxy S9 different and what is set to be the Galaxy S9’s biggest awesome specifications.

1. Intelligent Scan Vs. Face ID

Last approval detail to SamCentral which dug through Samsung’s updated Android Oreo beta and found a leaked feature which looks like the company’s answer to Face ID on the iPhone X. It is called ‘Intelligent Scan’, it is a merge of both iris and facial identify.

Attending text in the beta update the two technologies work “combine for better outputs even in low or very bright light” and for “better perfections and safety”. There is also an animation hidden with other source code online available.

For those who want to tunnel around in the Oreo beta themselves, the Settings APK has been uploaded here.

Will Intelligent Scan be a competitor to Face ID? I’m not satisfied, but it may be the best alternative we’ve seen. Surely iris recollection is especially powerful secure (more so than facial recognition used in Face ID) and integrating the two is an gripping metric, but without a 3D mapping dot projector as used in Face ID it may be more simply completed by 2D images. Time will tell.

Time will also tell if Samsung brings Intelligent Scan to obtaining Galaxy smartphones. The Galaxy S and Galaxy Note scopes have had both iris and facial recognition scanners for a while now, so theoretically Samsung should be able to bring this feature to them as well.

2. Samsung Confirms Dual Sim Galaxy S9 Plus

Samsung has already reported the day it will publish the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, but an over eager addition to its website has now committed there will be a third different with a dual sim kind of the Galaxy S9 Plus as well.

Spotted by MSPowerUser, dual SIM other of existence series Galaxy smartphones have long been popular so this isn’t purely unexpected update. But the interesting thing is these models have usually been reserved for Asian markets yet the model (SM-G960F/DS - aka ‘Dual SIM’) is listed on a holding page for Samsung’s German website designating the model will come to Europe for the first time.

Whether this also recommended a US publish for Galaxy dual SIM handsets is on the cards rest to be seen, but such a move would be a boon to smartphone possessor with two network contracts or specific home and work phones.

Couple this new detail with the reality I without released the (somewhat disappointing) Galaxy S9’s final look last month and there’s minor left for Samsung to watch when it launches the smartphone in February (against some majestic internals). In case, for my money, the most appealing thing about the Galaxy S9 is mostly to be the popular legacy specifications Samsung has kept when so many rivals are discarding them.


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