If this new teaser from Samsung is anything to go by, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may include a retina scanner. SO futuristic!
A tweet from the official Samsung Exynos account included this picture of a generic handset with an eye and detection reticule around the iris, which is more than a strong nod to the prospect of retina recognition for upcoming Samsung devices.
Adding to the teaser, Samsung’s accompanying tweet for the image talks of a forthcoming security enhancement for its devices using Exynos chips.
The tweet stated: ‘Security can be improved using features unique to us. That’s what we envision #ExynosTomorrow.’
Samsung has been introducing more sensors of late to its devices, including a fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button of the Samsung Galaxy S5, so this could definitely be the company’s next step.
The Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be launched at the Berlin-based IFA conference in early September, and we’re really hoping this news is true!
By Hayley Minn | July 14th, 2014