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Newly launched Samsung Galaxy S8 facial recognition system hacked

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Newly launched Samsung Galaxy S8 facial recognition system hacked

"The Galaxy S8 is the first in a new generation of OLED smartphones that have a full-screen display design", DisplayMate's president Dr. Raymond M. Soneira explains.

The pricing and promotions are another areas where the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 entice potential buyers. Stuff said that Samsung has a better display technology with its Super AMOLED displays.

Of note, DisplayMate commends Samsung's resistance to going up to 4K, saying there would be virtually no discernible difference to human eyes on a smartphone. To display it properly, you need a screen that supports HDR - and the Galaxy S8 just does that.

Samsung has been supposedly offering pre-orders on its site along with four big carriers site.

With the new design, Samsung has eliminated the physical home button at the bottom of the front screen, replacing it with a pressure-sensitive control area that's integrated into the display.

Secondly, both the S8 and S8 Plus come with 64GB of storage. Samsung might have already developed a prototype of a foldable smartphone and showcased it during the MWC 2017 to a very limited number of partners. As for the chipset, the S8 and S8 Plus are coming with Snapdragon 835 and those are the only devices that are powered by it. Users can get the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ for $30 and $35 in regularly scheduled payments, reports Pc Advisor. But if you offer them two, they'll likely go with the more versatile option (in this case, Daydream).

Facial recognition is one of several methods Samsung is offering to allow users to unlock their devices. Still, it is pretty much for a smartphone. Samsung didn't even include their logo on the front of the device, and positioned the fingerprint sensor awkwardly off-centre next to the camera. For the new flagship phones, the app drawer customizations become a standard part of the interface. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S8 looks like a slick glass. The South Korean tech giant is definitely going to redeem itself for last year's Galaxy Note 7 fiasco and generate huge amounts of profits at the same time.

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