Samsung is reportedly working on palm scanning technology to show password hints

Samsung is reportedly working on palm scanning technology to show password hints

Samsung is reportedly working on palm scanning technology to show password hints

A new patent has revealed that Samsung wants to scan a user's palm to give them password hints in case they forget the password. It is clear that Samsung believes that this method is not the most secure since it's not planning to use palm scanning to unlock the phone. The technology will then display various letters from the user's password, to help remember the password.

We should also note that although Sammobile is generally correct when it comes to Samsung leaks, we can't verify this new information.

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