Samsung has recently launched the Galaxy S10, which is the company's best of the best right now, but it looks like the plan for the company is to have a total of six different flagships on the market.
For instance, as reported by AndroidPolice, SmartWorld was able to unlock a Galaxy S10 using a simple photo of the owner, while security researcher Jane Manchun Wong was able to unlock her brother's device using her own face because of family resemblance. The latest phone to implement face unlock with nothing but the normal front camera is the Galaxy S10, and users across the web are reporting that the feature is easily confused or defeated. The Galaxy S10 can't tell.More news: Texas Donut Shop Filled With Customers After Sad Tweet Goes Viral
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If you were holding out hope that the facial recognition software would be more advanced or more secure on the new generation of Samsung phones, you're going to be disappointed.
At long last, Verizon has revised its Galaxy Note 9 support webpage earlier today to include the detailed changelog of the handset's Android 9 Pie promotion, scheduled for an over-the-air release on March 12.