Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may include retinal scanner

July 14, 2014
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may well be coming our way in September during the IFA 2014 in Berlin, and a specific tweet by @SamsungExynos – Samsung’s Twitter account for all things pertaining to their proprietary chipset and processor brand – has hinted that the next gen phablet may probably have a retinal scanner, or at the very least, security features that deals with the human eye. How many of those could there be?

The tweet was posted yesterday under the hashtag “#ExynosTomorrow”, vaguely hinting at the future of Samsung chipsets. The tweet mentions security features “unique to us” – meaning Samsung, of course, and includes an image with a device that looks like a phablet. Very notably, the images shows a human eye reflected on the phablet. Go figure.

What else could it be, right? Alright, well it could be anything. BUT, it could well be retinal scanning as well. The tweet mentions about improving security features, and a retina scanner would indeed be that. In May, there was talk of Samsung going into research for biometric security for almost all its devices across all tiers – fingerprint scanners and specifically, iris (not retina) scanners were mentioned.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is rumored to be a beast if current spec leaks and assumptions are to be believed. The two variants of the Galaxy Note 4 made an appearance in AnTuTu’s benchmark database, and the variants carried the spanking new Snapdragon 805 “ultra HD” chip (quad-core at 2.7Ghz) and the Exynos 5433 octa-core chip respectively. We will of course be hearing more of the Galaxy Note 4 as September nears, but what is known about the device is certainly impressive at this point.

SOURCE: Samsung Exynos


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  • http://www.arttechint.com/ Suraj Rai

    Hi John, I am glad you discuss this type of great features with us. I am really impressed with your post. You shared nice information about samsung galaxy Note 4 that is providing amazing features to all samsung users. Thanks for this nice post.

    • Charles Sweeney

      Easily impressed I see, with rumors no less…

  • Fullbazak

    Samsung Mobile

    please company Samsung make mobile smartphone:

    Samsung Galaxy F or Note 4 OLED
    Curved body and display 4k

    Samsung Galaxy F or
    Note 4 OLED : OLED, fully aluminium and a 24 megapixel
    camera and Secondary 8MP with 4K (which
    is four times the quality of Ultra HD).

    Size : 5.6 inches , OLED

    The phone has 4K HD screen with Super Amoled 3840 *
    2160 for better display

    Internal : 256 GB storage, 6 GB RAM DDR4

    Sensors : Accelerometer,
    gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, temperature, humidity, gesture

    Curved
    body and display

    Curved
    OLED capacitive touchscreen

    Glucose
    sensor

    Pressure
    sensor

    Heart
    rate sensor

    Two Speakers
    by beats Loud

    Ultra Slim

    water proof

    fingerprint sensor

    eye scan sensor

    heat hand away sensor

    video camera: fullHD , 2K, 4K

    flash: 2 dual xenon

    The video also states that the phone runs on the latest
    version of Android 5.0 Key Lime , and features a 64-bit 3.8GHz quad-core
    processor Krait 900.

    mobile smartphone: Not hot

    GPU: Adreno 900

    The phone has 4K HD screen with Super Amoled 3840 *
    2160 for better display. The phone also
    has 6GB RAM DDR4.

    64-bit CPU 3.8GHz
    quad-core processor Krait 900 Snapdragon 895-chip of een Exynos 5933-chip

    Colors Black,
    White, Pink,Blue,Gold

    The phone is also rumoured to have a mammoth 15000 mAH
    battery for better performance.

    • joe

      Next device I want has better specs of yours. 2x 64k folding screens, 48000Ah battery 256 bit CPU, 8x 4k cameras at 120hz, and a load of stuff you never even heard of.

      • Charles Sweeney

        Too funny…lol.

  • JayEvans

    Iris scanner, not retinal scanner. No cell phone manufactured in their right mind is going to shine a high intensity light into a customer’s eye to scan the retina. Well, at least none that want to stay in business.

  • nhaj

    With the new Samsung Galaxy coming out I better sell my old Samsung Galaxy before the value of it drops. I usually search 8-11 different sites to find the best offer, but I just found this company that compares all the buyback companies in one spot, it’s called RecomHub.

    It’s like Kayak but for electronic devices that show you all the offers in one spot.

  • Ramy

    Go, buy an iphone & save your money.

    • Marcus

      LOL, iPhone is shit and it costs more….