Samsung Galaxy S8 Will Use Facial Recognition to Authenticate Mobile Payments

  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Will Use Facial Recognition to Authenticate Mobile Payments

Samsung Galaxy S8 Will Use Facial Recognition to Authenticate Mobile Payments

Samsung intends to make it ore secure to pay through Samsung Pay by integrating the face recognition technology along with fingerprint sensors and iris detectors.

Samsung's ill-fated Galaxy Note 7.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 will reportedly sport a matte black finish, can shoot 1000fps videos, and use facial recognition to complete payments.

Furthermore, the sources also shared that the Korean tech giant is now coordinating with banks to help the latter embrace and incorporate facial recognition systems within the year, in line with the smartphone's global release.

One of the S8's most notable rumoured features is Bixby, a new multilingual AI assistant said to be capable of recognising text and real-world objects through the Galaxy S8's camera and tracking them down online, allowing users to make quick purchases.

We've already seen multiple reports which suggest that the Galaxy S8 is going to have a facial recognition feature.

Previous year, Samsung launched new Galaxy J, A and Z series with S Bike mode, ultra data and power-saving features developed with Indian consumers in mind.

Speaking of photos, the Samsung Galaxy Book, according to Wired report, has AMOLED display with 2160x1440 resolution and support HDR video playback. While the Galaxy S5 Neo received the March Security Update earlier this week, it was the turn of the Galaxy Prime Plus, Galaxy A7 (2017) and Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) to receive their own March security patches over the past couple of days.

A report on Naver claims that just like Sony, Samsung has also added DRAM as a storage device between the pixel element of the image sensor and the circuit part. The phone won't have a physical home button, but a virtual home button will be covered in the lower portion of the glass.

Recent Samsung conferences have kicked off with apologies for the disastrous Note 7, and the Galaxy S8 launch will nearly certainly begin in the same manner.

Both the chipsets in the respective devices look comparable in capabilities with multi-core architecture, and the Exynos chipset seems particularly compelling owing to its custom made core design by Samsung.

It's also the slimmest chip the company has ever made and is far more efficient than many processors now available on the market.