As the rumors make their rounds, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 still gets more and more features added to their list. And things have got more interesting since the company just launched their first tablet with a built-in retinal scanner to unlock the device.
So what is so great about the retinal technology that everybody wants to put it on their phones?
With pattern locks, many users lost track of the complex patterns that they drew over the screen. When fingerprint scanners came, people are worried that someone might pull their prints off the table top and access their phones. But with retina scans, the industry seems to be giving the message that this is something that cannot be beaten. The iris scanners will secure your phone from unauthorized use.
Microsoft has been pitching the successful implementation of Windows Hello on many desktops and the Lumia 950 XL. The technology seems to be working with users requiring to stare into the camera in a weird way.
Samsung enjoyed the successful launch and sale of its Galaxy Note 5. Many leaks have been suggesting that the company may skip Note 6 and directly launch Note 7. Every Note series has sold successfully due to the fact that it is a product made for mobile productivity. No other device on the market can give you the same functionality.
To gain the upper hand and the attention of corporates, Samsung can give what the industry needs. What's more important than a secure phone?
What's in store?
Sources have received many renditions of the alleged Galaxy Note 7 which suggest that the device will have a QuadHD screen and a camera better than the Note 5. Type-C USB could be the interface to charge as well as transfer files. When it comes to the chipset, the Note series has always received the latest and best of Snapdragon.