For some time now, we have been seeing the finger print scanner on some devices. But it looks like Samsung has got bored of the fingerprint scanner. We say so because a tweet by @SamsungExynos maybe hinting at a retinal scanner making its debut on the upcoming Galaxy Note 4.
Though the post does not have any direct mention of the retinal scanner, it speaks of a ‘uniue’ security feature and the photo suggested it would be the retinal scanner.
So we are now expecting a retinal scanner to make its debut on the Galaxy Note 4 which is expected to be announced at IFA later this year in September in Berlin. Other than the retinal scanner, the Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be packing a 5.7″ HD display, Exynos 5433 octa-core processor, Mail-T760 GPU along with 3 GB of RAM. The device will also sport a 16 MP camera and 32 GB of internal memory storage. There is also news that a Snapdragon 805 + Adreno 420 GPU variant would also be available.