Anonymous, 18 Oct 2013yeah... samsung have lot of useless feature .. and just how many people used that feature ? an... morei know people turned off S4 gestures due to it taking up resources and memory
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2013Now why didn't Apple think of that? Oh, that's right, they can't innovate. Apple probably thought of that but eye sensor has its practicality part, eg in areas where eye sensor cannot always work like dark places. a fingerprint sensor i find it faster, more accurate to use in daily usage
come on, the S4 gestures already don't work so well, and they are trying to make an eye sensor?
what is the point of this "security" feature when a simple 6-digit code/password is a more effective tool for securing your mobile
MhdSkr, 18 Oct 2013IMO, that's totally unpractical so there's no way this is true. using Siri or google voice com... moreThey sang the same song when the note first launched.
Now everyone wants a 5 inch phone.
kiwijunglist, 17 Oct 2013Cool feature, right up until the bad guys steal your phone...
http://fullyfilm.files.wordpr... moreOhhh, I'm afraid. By the way, the image is so gross.
But I'm sure there's a workaround.
if this ought to be true than there will be a great change in mobile technology......
i dont care for iphone pint id dont care for this same way but i found the water proofing rumor to be cool
if someone sees you using your phone while scanning your eye they think your crazy of such an idiot looking a phone very close .. haha..
High level security? If its using android theres no such thing as high level security, that OS is hackable as hell dunno whats this author is smoking.
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2013Now why didn't Apple think of that? Oh, that's right, they can't innovate. yeah... samsung have lot of useless feature .. and just how many people used that feature ? and did it work perfectly ?? even other android dont have lot feature like samsung , and u only know bashing apple ...
Good innovation but major flaws are
1. This will complicate who uses mobile phone in the class room typical condition for under 20 yrs of age.
2.i dont know that this will work on the move or in walk.
3.if some one wearing contact lens or glasses they had to take it off everytime
4.correct distance to maintain eye contact to unlock the phone
A spelling mistake there.
I think it should be 'an eye-scanning sensor' not 'and eye-scanning sensor'
just my 2 cents.
IMO, that's totally unpractical so there's no way this is true. using Siri or google voice commands is awkward enough, I can't imagine putting my phone right in front of my wide open eye just to unlock it!!!