Samsung Galaxy S8 facial recognition feature was tricked by a selfie

  • Samsung Galaxy S8 facial recognition feature was tricked by a selfie

Samsung Galaxy S8 facial recognition feature was tricked by a selfie

So, let's break it down.

According to rumors, Samsung actually had an even more different looking design planned for Galaxy S8 but it chose to not implement it. Well that was true. The 4K resolution will be condensed into a 6.2-inch display instead of the Note's standard 5.7-inch screen. Everyone's talking about the "infinite" display and the other updates. Samsung's new virtual assistant, Bixby, is one of the major selling points of the new phone. In the patent notes, Apple says the ultrasonic sensor will hold two main advantages over Touch ID: It's basically unaffected by conatiminents such as grease, lotion, dirt and sweat, and there's no issue with too much or too little pressure affecting the fingerprint quality. While you can't see it, it's accessible from any app, and you'll get a bit of haptic feedback whenever you press it. Both handsets are water resistant and support biometric authentication with fingerprint and iris scanners. The best you can hope for is 3,200 mAh, but there's a chance it will be only 3,000 mAh apparently. Regardless, more information on the matter is bound to follow soon as the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus will launch worldwide in less than three weeks, on April 21. It seems that Samsung didn't upgrade the camera and this means that you will find a 12-megapixel camera with f/1.7 aperture and Dual Pixel autofocus system on the back and an 8-megapixel camera in the front.

This is a departure from the Galaxy S7 smartphones that came in flat-screen or curved-edge versions. Bixby is built into the notification feed, the voice assistant (in the U.S. and Korea only, for now), and even the camera, with a dedicated button on the phone for launching it.

In the USA, the tech company said people who preorder the G6 will be able to get Google's artificial intelligence speaker Google Home and a 49-inch HDTV as bonus items.