For those comparing the "usefulness" between eye scanning and finger print scanning consider this.
During a day you use your hands for most if not everything you do which makes them more prone to scratches and cuts etc so when this happens how do you plan to unlock your phone?
Im pretty sure I wont be picking things up with my eye therefore meaning that the 'tool' i need to unlock my phone is secure inside my head (literally) whereas a finger is always vulnerable.
First of all, what another useless feature from samsung. 1st it was eye scroll that is silly cause you move your whole head like an idiot and it can't be dark or less light (when you can just scroll with your finger ) and the air touch ?? (Just use your finger !! Seriously).
Now eye scan. They just don't get it. Finger scan is cool cause you use your fingers with the phone heaps. Soooo primitive in their thinking
Well, anyone here using the face recognition unlock in Anroid? Thought so...
First copying Sony then stupidity gimmicks at is finest again.. Rip Samsung and Hello Sony!
I said considering the size.....you can't do utilise spectral analysis on a smartphone,without it,iris recognition can be fooled just by an image of owner....fingerprint takes relatively difficult method.....
Apple only puts the useful features on their devices. They don't put unnecessary gimmicks like those fancy and useless S-features that will make the phone look like a clown and bloatwares like those in touchwiz that will cause it to lag. Less is more.
AnonD-167217, 18 Oct 2013So you were just making a generic statement not related to mobile industry particularly...on a... moreNeed not be in all cases, but when its about a rumor and unconfirmed article. YES, its logical
AnonD-167217, 18 Oct 2013Wtf is " implied it to mobiles"....corrected my earlier comment a bit.
How the heck did you conclude IRIS is more vulnerable than fingerprint scan?
If you are not referring to IRIS being used in mobiles, i am sure its much secured than finger scans
Regedit, 18 Oct 2013Its a generic statement. Guess you have implied it to mobiles. So you were just making a generic statement not related to mobile industry particularly...on a mobile tech website's article specific about an upcoming mobile.....very logical.....
Sammy too, 18 Oct 2013I dont like the idea of a mobile phone capturing a eye scan or a finger print. You might as we... moreI agree but every feature on iPhone 5s works immaculately. I'm proud owning iphone 5s although it's expensive.
Regedit, 18 Oct 2013Its a generic statement. Guess you have implied it to mobiles. Wtf is " implied it to mobiles"....
Right,and just like the other features of galaxy phones it will not work under too much light or under poor lighting conditions making it....useless!!!this is pure marketing,like most of the "smart features" samsung has on its phones!!!
Someone, 18 Oct 2013You can really tell the people here who don't know what they're talking about and the people w... moreI don't own a iPhone 5s but when i see my friend using it, the fingerprint is so seamless that I wish my android has.
You can really tell the people here who don't know what they're talking about and the people who haven't even seen or tried an iPhone 5S.
Passing judgement and criticism on things they have not even used.
The fingerprint scanner on the iPhone 5S...works BEAUTIFULLY. Amazingly accurate and far more convenient than typing in a pass code, password, or drawing a pattern, EVERYTIME you pick up your phone.