Published: Mon, December 04, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Samsung Galaxy S9 May Come In These Colors

Samsung Galaxy S9 May Come In These Colors

Last year, Samsung filed a patent with the Korean Intellectual Property Office for a smartphone that can be folded in half and is expected to arrive in 2018.

As mentioned on the 42 Page long Patent filed by Samsung, they will be using the Camera of the phone to take a picture of the palm and the combination of lines on the palm will be matched with the ones stored on the device. The technology will then display various letters from the user's password, to help remember the password.

This could theoretically extend to signing you in, although Samsung would likely want to implement depth sensing or a similar technology to prevent evildoers from cheating with photos. While there have been rumors that Samsung might unveil its next Galaxy handset, the S9, at the convention in January, for now, we will have to be content with an early leak of one of its other devices. It's just a patent filing, and that won't necessarily translate to a finished product.

Taking the smartphone war in the premium segment to an entirely new level, a new patent from Samsung has revealed fully curved display that goes all the way to the back of the device. However, we hope the S9 does get a red variant.

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In terms of rumoured specifications, the Galaxy S9 would feature a 5.8-inch Infinity display, along with 12MP and 16MP dual cameras to the front and rear. This includes Iris Scanning, Facial Recognition, Fingerprint Scanning, PIN Protection and Pattern lock.

There is no word yet on when the Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus will be made official, but reports have it that it will only be released to limited territories.

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