Samsung files patent for palm scanning: Will help remember forgotten passwords

Samsung files patent for palm scanning: Will help remember forgotten passwords

Samsung files patent for palm scanning: Will help remember forgotten passwords

But this new detail that popped up, a 180-degree curved screen that extends to the back is something new. If found matching to that of already assigned palm, the device will provide you with the password hint. The company didn't reveal the name of smartphone which would be powered by these chipsets.

Battery life on modern smartphones is getting better, but overall, battery technology hasn't kept up with the advancement of other components such as displays and processors.

What happened yesterday? Windows Central's editor Al Sacco, the guy who published the first story about the Samsung Galaxy S8 "Microsoft Edition", received the following message from Samsung: "Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Galaxy Note8 devices are available in the Microsoft online and retail stores with a unique Microsoft experience which ensures their customers, particularly small-to-midsize business owners and entrepreneurs, a best-in-class productivity experience". The company already offers various security measures like eye scans, facial recognition, fingerprint identification, pattern and PIN codes but it looks like it wants to bring in new innovation. If you hit the forgot password option, the rear camera will take a picture of your palm and check whether it's of the right users or not.

Samsung files patent for palm scanning: Will help remember forgotten passwords
Samsung files patent for palm scanning: Will help remember forgotten passwords

Another reason why Samsung is concentrating on product development is that LG, one of the two leading display companies with Samsung Display, is spurring the development of a foldable display with the aim of preempting the foldable display market.

A Dutch website LETSGODIGITAL has spotted a series of Samsung patents that indicate a concept for a truly bezel-less smartphone. Micro LEDs that attach LEDs to substrates in the micro unit can be bent or stretched depending on substrates. As of now, Samsung has assured to clear all problems for users of the S8 smartphone.

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