Samsung’s Galaxy S9 plus was nicknamed the iPhone X killer
for it’s VR tech, 960 fps video capability, and it’s dual camera aperture. Although the S9 Plus is a bit more stacked on hardware
compared to the iPhone X, it seems that they are competing fairly evenly right now. As the two smartphones battle it out in the market, Samsung is learning all that it can from the consumer response
. One of the biggest gripes iPhone X users are dealing with is the lack of a home button. The move seemed exciting at first, and the accuracy was exciting but “on about the 10th time in one day it starts to seem like a big deal
.” The Beyond series doesn’t just one up the issue with a home button; it reinvents it. The new Galaxy will be sporting a
Finger On Display
(FOD) function, Mantis Vision’s 3D face ID module, and a possible iris authentication option. Samsung’s iris technology will make its debut along with the Galaxy Note 9 in early August. The feature making it to the Galaxy s10 depends on its performance in August.