Samsung Galaxy S9 will not Deploy 3D Facial Recognition Technology


Samsung will be committed to improve the Galaxy S9 iris recognition and face recognition technology. According to South Korean media reports, Samsung is further strengthening its software capabilities to improve facial recognition and iris recognition.

However, sources said the Galaxy S9 does not use a new sensor. It uses the same 8MP camera for face recognition is consistent with the Galaxy S8. This means that in the case of the same hardware, Samsung will upgrade the software level, bringing users a new experience.

An industry expert said: “The 3D camera will be used in a variety of areas such as unlocking, mobile banking, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), but the fact that Samsung Electronics will maintain its existing 2D system means that South Korean smartphones Giants will miss the diversity of smartphones.”

Since the advent of the iPhone X, equipped with the 3D facial recognition technology, many Android manufacturers also launched face recognition technology in their flagship devices, which also resulted in a highly competitive environment for Samsung.

It is reported that the next generation of Galaxy S9 will debut at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018, held in February next year in Barcelona, Spain. The Galaxy S9 will feature Samsung’s Exynos 9810 chip and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chip (for the US), as well as Samsung’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) chip for speech recognition and neural language processing.

Meanwhile, we also got some interesting renders of upcoming Galaxy S9, check out here.

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