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Palms may unlock Samsung phones

DNMUM402368 | 12/5/2017 | Author : DNA Web Team | WC :303

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In addition to iris scanning, facial recognition, fingerprint scanning, PIN protection and pattern lock, the future of phone security may eventually be in the palm of your hand.
The South Korean tech company recently filed a patent for a technology that uses palm scanning as a means of verifying a user’s identity on future Galaxy smartphones. Samsung wants to ensure that the user requesting for the password hint is the owner of the device itself.
The patent suggests that the company will use the camera of the device to take a picture of the palm and the combination of lines on a user’s palm will be matched with the one stored on the smartphone. The technology will then display various letters from the user’s password to help reme
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