One of the more outlandish Samsung Galaxy Note 6 rumors is gaining steam, as it looks like the phone might pack an iris scanner.
The possibility of eye scanning tech was first brought up in April, when it was discovered that Samsung had been importing "iris camera" modules for research and development, but now a new trademark application suggests that whatever Samsung is using them for could be near completion.
GalaxyClub.nl spotted that Samsung recently filed to trademark "Samsung Iris" and "Samsung Eyeprint" in the EU and there's really only one thing those terms are likely referring to. Hint: it's not the flower.
Might not make the Note 6
So we can say quite confidently that Samsung is working on an iris scanner of some kind - alongside plenty of other next-gen tech, presumably - but what's still not clear is which device it's first going to ship with.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is a logical choice, as the company is almost certainly going to reserve the tech for a flagship and that's the next flagship we're expecting to see from Samsung. We're also expecting a waterproof chassis, 6GB of RAM and an August launch for that one.
If it's not ready in time for that then maybe the Samsung Galaxy S8 will get the eye-scanner, but one way or another it's looking like we'll be able to unlock Samsung phones with our pupils before too long.
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