Android P May Natively Support Iris Scanning

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With the next Android version, it might become easier for smartphone manufacturers to incorporate iris scanners into their handsets. Google had introduced face recognition technology with its Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich version and Samsung brought the iris scanning technology with the Galaxy Note 7. Meanwhile. the recently launched Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ have both the features combined. But, in Android P, Google may provide native support for iris scanners.

As mentioned, the first smartphone to include iris scanner was the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, and the tech made its way into the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. However, it appears that iris scanners may arrive in more Android handsets in the future.

This article was sourced from Gadgets360

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