• Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 will have an iris scanner to replace the fingerprint sensor

    28 days ago - By Tech Radar

    Some were surprised when leaks and rumors began to suggest there wouldn't be a fingerprint scanner on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. Surely Samsung needs to include some form of security tech, right? It's almost certain now that the company will include its Intelligent Scan feature - like on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus - using an iris scanner and facial recognition tech at the same time. Samsung fan blog SamMobile dived into the official Galaxy Tab S4 firmware that's already uploaded to the company's database and found a very similar animation to the one you get when you set up...
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  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 To Come With Iris Scanner

    Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 To Come With Iris Scanner

    28 days ago - By Geeky Gadgets

    We recently heard the full specifications on the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 tablet and now we have some more details on the device. According to a recent report the Galaxy Tab S4 will come with an Iris scanner and Samsung's Intelligent Scan feature. The tablet is rumored to come with a 10.5 inch Super...
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  • Samsung Galaxy X Foldable Smartphone To Feature Secondary Display

    Samsung Galaxy X Foldable Smartphone To Feature Secondary Display

    28 days ago - By Geeky Gadgets

    The Samsung Galaxy X is coming next year, the Samsung foldable smartphone is expected to launch at Mobile World Congress next February. The handset will come with a foldable display which will measure 7 inches when folded out fully, the device will also come with a curved battery. According to a new report the handset...
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  • Galaxy Tab S4: how it will compete with the next iPad Pro

    Galaxy Tab S4: how it will compete with the next iPad Pro

    28 days ago - By Android Community

    It's been over five months since we first learned about the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 when specs were sighted on GFXBench. Being benchmarked or WiFi certified usually means a product is launching soon. Nothing is official yet but several leaks about the next-gen Samsung tablet are leaving nothing left to the imagination. The tablet was...
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