Samsung to extend iris scanning technology to third party developers
We have already grown accustomed to the fingerprint scanner feature on Androids and Samsung has sought to spoil us further by taking security to another level with the Galaxy Note 7 and integrating an iris scanner on it. With this in place, hackers would surely have a field day trying to get behind this device.
Launching the iris scanner feature, the new security factor would not only be used for locking and opening the whole device but also find application in locking content. This means that you would be able to protect some things on your phone with this and to unlock them, you just need to keep staring at the device. Easy, right?
Well, it is just about to get better because Samsung wishes to extend the iris scanning technology to third party developers in the future which would help them use this to further protect the content that they also develop for the device.
We are going for a better and secured future of data, and Samsung says yes.
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