New leaks show disclaimers on the Galaxy Note 7’s iris scanner
Personally, I do not think we should be releasing any other news on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device because even before its release, we have known nearly everything there is to know about it. The only news that should come up here again is one that tells you of the release and pricing but instead of that, we have new reason to write on this piece of hardware again with a disclaimer surfacing online concerning the most expected feature of the device – the iris scanner.
Other things were leaked too, from the S Pen Air command menu to the Grace UX interface on the device but the various disclaimers are the best things of interest.
For example, the disclaimer has warned you that the iris scanner might not be responsive every time so when you are drunk and part of your iris is hidden or you’ve got some puffed eye condition, don’t expect the iris scanner to do you any good. However, we think there is an easy fix for this since that has not been made the only mode of phone unlocking with the traditional finger use mechanism still feasible.
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