Samsung already boasts facial scanning and iris recognition on the Galaxy S9, but the company is looking into offering a more advanced technical solution with the release of the Galaxy S10.
One way to do that is by implementing 3D sensing camera module similar to those used by Apple on the iPhone X, and Samsung has started exploring such an idea together with its partners.
Israeli startup Mantis Vision has reportedly been approached to develop a 3D sensing camera module, and together with camera module firm Namuga, the two are supposed to create an advanced hardware and software mix for the upcoming Galaxy S10.
Namuga is already working with Samsung to provide camera modules for its mid-range and low-end phones, but it never built camera modules for the flagship S series.
Coming in early 2019
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to launch in the spring of 2019, and it’ll represe… (read more)
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