According to the electronics industry on the 16th (KST), Samsung will be applying QHD and iris verification tech onto their smart phone next year. They’re past the technology developing stage and are onto figuring out a way to mass produce.
Full HD resolution is 1920x1080; however, QHD beats that with a impressive resolution of 2560x1440. Samsung is said to be introducing the its QHD smartphone at Mobile World Congress. They haven't confirmed it will be the Galaxy S5 but it's rumored that the company's flagship handset will be the first to get the improved display. The company is in a race with VIVO and LG to be the first to introduce a QHD display.
Finally, Samsung is said to have acquired iris verification technology which could be used to rival Apple's Touch ID fingerprint scanner for user identification and device security.
The iris verification technology was acquired by Samsung Electronics and been known via Korea’s Patent Office. It is patent technology that allows the user to open the phone via reflecting user’s iris.
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