Rumors in the past have indicated that companies are looking to implement retina scanning technology to smartphones in order to make them even more secure and unique to the user. The fingerprint scanning technology has taken great strides since Apple introduced the iPhone 5s last year, but Samsung could be taking retina scanning to new heights if a new tweet from the company is anything to go by.
The tweet from the Samsung Exynos page reads – ‘”Security can be improved using features unique to us. That’s what we envision. What would you use? #ExynosTomorrow.” This is accompanied by an image of a phablet like device showing the human eye, which is a clear hint of what’s to come.
Considering that the next big device coming from Samsung is the Galaxy Note 4, it’s safe to assume that it will feature this technology. Samsung has made nothing official of course and we will have to wait until September to get a closer look at what they have to offer.
Would you be more interested in the Galaxy Note 4 if it offered something like a retina scanner or should Samsung take the conventional route?
Source: @SamsungExynos – Twitter
Via: Android Community