Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 To Launch Later This Month For $599

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 To Launch Later This Month For $599

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 To Launch Later This Month For $599

In a bid to make mobile payments more trustworthy, Samsung is looking to treat its fans with a new facial recognition feature, alongside the other sensors for more security.

Later on in the article, it was mentioned that the same technology is most likely to be introduced in the Galaxy Note 8.

Unlike the previous Galaxy models, which used facial recognition to unlock the device, the Galaxy S8 would be the company's first to employ the same technology to verify payment methods. Here take a note that the Iris and facial detection capabilities complement each other: phones can rely on iris detection when there's not enough ambient light to recognize facial features.

In just a week and a half, Samsung will unveil its next-generation flagship smartphones at a press conference in New York City. The device is expected to launch in a total of seven colour options.

"The larger and wider screen is not aimed at maximising revenue, as this is the first time for Samsung to manufacture the unprecedented OLED display size", a company official said.

Now it is reported that the release and pre-order dates of the two handsets is in different locations.

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Given that Samsung has openly mocked Apple's controversial decision to drop the headphone jack from the iPhone 7, it seems safe to assume that the S8 will offer the familiar audio connection.

For those unaware, the metal-clad Galaxy C7 Pro sports a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display with full HD (1920x1080p) resolution. Furthermore, the new feature will be activated some months after the launch of the Galaxy S8.

Tipster Ice Universe got hold of a poster image for the Galaxy S8 claiming that it is arriving in the market in April.

The text also seems to imply that Bixby will be able to carry out all the commands that users can otherwise input using the touch-based interface. The difference is small, but it's there, though it's far from surprising, considering Exynos chips have consistently outperformed their Snapdragon counterparts.

Such features have been available on competing devices for years, but never added it to its iPhone.