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Galaxy S8 Fingerprint vs Face Recognition vs Iris Scanner: What's Best?

20 April 2017, 06:39 | Jodi Jackson

India gets the dual SIM version of both these models. Its pre-order hitting 72,000 units proved that the market response is far better than expected.Koh Dong-Jin also revealed that he is also looking to recover its market position in China. The company has done some huge changes in the design, display, UI, and added many new features.

The two devices are powered by an Exynos Octa-core (2.35 GHz Quad + 1.9 GHZ Quad) processor and run on Android 7.0 Nougat.

The result is more "useful" screen than you've ever seen on a pair of devices this small: the S8 display measures 5.8 inches diagonally and the S8+ display measures 6.2 inches. Both the handsets do not have bezels on the sides.


That's how much extra you'll shell out for the S8, which starts shipping Friday for about $750 - $100 more than the iPhone 7 and last year's Galaxy S7 when it launched.

However, if you've already made your mind up about buying this smartphone you haven't got long if you want to be the first to get your hands on it. The dual-cameras will include 3x optical zoom, 12MP wide-angle CIS supporting dual photodiode (2PD), 13MP telephoto CIS, dual 6P lenses and dual OIS. While the former will have a 3,000mAh battery, the latter will come with a 3,500mAh battery. "The Samsung galaxy s8 and s8 plus is water and dust resistant (IP68 rating)".

With no physical home button to house the finger print sensor, Samsung placed it at the back of the device right next to the camera module. The phones also have the option of Iris scanner and face recognition for unlocking them. Both the phones support wireless and quick charging technologies (via USB Type-C port). Meanwhile, The e-commerce website, Flipkart had earlier put out a teaser poster for the launch of the phone in the country, on their website. Both the phones come with Samsung Pass to store all your passwords in one place.



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