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Samsung to add new Finger-print technology in its upcoming Note 4

IFA is round the corner and Samsung is planning to release its upcoming Galaxy Note 4 on this event. We’ve seen leaked images and features of the upcoming device online. Earlier this week a teaser was spotted on Youtube mentioning the release date of the device and the importance of handwriting. Now SamMobile has claimed that Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will feature a new Finger-print technology.


Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is said to feature a Synaptics Natural ID which was previously seen in Galaxy S5 and many leaks do suggest that the same thing will be a part of the upcoming Galaxy Alpha. The Natural ID from Synaptics features a technology called LiveFlex, which allows the fingerprint sensor to be separated into two parts—one in the home button while the other in the touch screen. The home button will come with the added benefit of launching specific apps according to the finger being swiped at the time of unlocking the device. Samsung will add Screen Lock, Private Mode, Samsung Account Verification, and PayPal Payments to the Note 4. The phone will also boast Fingerprint Shortcuts feature that allows users to assign apps or functions to a registered fingerprint.

The Galaxy Note 4 will feature a 5.7 inch high-resolution display similar to the Galaxy Note 3 . It will certainly house the latest Snapdragon 805 2.5 GHz quad-core processor and 3GB of RAM. It is rumored to have a 16 megapixel rear camera with a 3 megapixel front facing (selfie) camera.

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