Samsung working on facial recognition in Galaxy S8 to authenticate mobile payments

Posted March 19, 2017

The smartphone technology will now evolve beyond our belief of reality. Fresh leaks indicate that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will introduce facial recognition, and have a camera that will support ultra slo-mo capturing. Surely, if Samsung Galaxy S8 is able to produce close to a thousand FPS, then its specification must be better than this. Details are rather skimpy, but Samsung has allegedly built DRAM right into the sensor, therefore granting it the ability to take more pictures faster.

Processing chipsets: The twin flagship products would be sporting Samsung's very own Exynos 8895 chipsets for the global model whereas the same device to be launched in the U.S. would host a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor.

In MWC 2017, Samsung showcased the prototype to some private partners. The fingerprint sensor will shift to the rear and the pair will be available in seven colors. Samsung was working on the unnamed smartphone for long under the "Project Valley". G950 is the codename for the Galaxy S8 and has surfaced in previous benchmarks as well.

The South Korea's tech-giant is planning to start the prototype production soon. On the same token with Samsung, Lenovo and LG are also having their hands on this futuristic foldable smartphone technology.

Would Samsung be anxious about the release of the LG G6? It's been used in several industries already but not much on smartphones.

Samsung initially planned to mass produce a few thousand prototypes of the phone in the first quarter but made a decision to delay it in order to invest more time into raising the quality of the entire product, reported ET News. But to rely on we have the patent filed by Samsung. In front is an 8MP wide angle selfie snapping camera. It has an application that allows the middle of the screen to fold. This gives us particular hints about their display type.

Let us know what you think of the analyst's claims in the comments. In the science world, the nano materials are likely to form the flexible stuff.

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