14 Jul 2014

Galaxy Note 4 Enhance Security Features


The design concept images of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 re-emerged on the internet. Phablet device's latest South Korean company is reportedly going to come with improved safety features and retinal scanners.

Reported by IBTimes, Sunday (07/13/2014), this news comes via the official Twitter account @SamsungExynos. In the late post on the social networking, the Samsung unveil the unique security features of design ideas using retinal scanning technology.

This feature is an upgrade security of fingerprint scanning technology that already exists. "Security can be enhanced using features unique to us. Which is what we imagine," wrote the account @SamsungExynos.

SamMobile reported, although this chirp technology reveal the future Samsung devices, but does not rule out the possibility that the Retinal Scanner features will be present on the Galaxy Note 4.

That said, Samsung's flagship phablet will be revealed at the IFA event in Berlin in September 2014. According to rumors, Note 4 appeared with a 5.7-inch screen, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 16MP camera.

In addition, phablet which runs on Android OS 4.4.4 KitKat is reportedly reinforced with Exynos 5433 processor option (octa-core) with graphics Mali-T760 or 805 Snapdragon with Adreno 420 GPU.