New report claims online payment on Galaxy S8 would be verified by facial recognition software
Sometimes last week, there was a leaked report that suggested that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 flagships would pack in addition to a fingerprint scanner, support for facial recognition software. This has been said to be an extra layer of security which would also be used to unlock the phone and according to another report, it would be integrated into mobile payment systems for the phone.
To be specific, the report has stated that the phone would prompt the user to confirm their fingerprint, iris scans and facial scan before they can make any payment online. This would make it the first Samsung Galaxy S smartphone, or any smartphone from them for that matter, that would have this kind of support inside the traditional Samsung Pay application.
It has been stated in the same report that the OEM has started to work with a number of banks to help them embrace the pros of facial recognition software in making payments, and we should expect something substantial soon.
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