It is now certain that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be provided with an iris scanner, and thanks to some new pictures we have gotten an idea how the scanner works in practice. We can also confirm that the Note 7 features LPDDR4 4GB memory and not the 6GB, which lately has been discussed several times.
Galaxy Note 7 iris scanner
The photo below of the Galaxy Note 7 to read that between the screen and the eyes should be kept a minimum distance of 20 cm to prevent harmful effects. Use the iris scanner also not in the eyes of baby. Furthermore, Samsung recommends users to post any screenprotectors when using the iris scanner.
In this image Samsung writes that wearing glasses or contact lenses can cause problems in verifying the user. Samsung gives the advice to drop the glasses if you want to unlock the Galaxy Note 7. A distance of 25 to 35 cm is recommended for scanning your iris. In addition, the sensor should not be used in direct sunlight.
On the last picture you can see that the Galaxy Note 7 features 4GB of memory.
The Galaxy Note 7 features a 5.7-inch amoledsscherm with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, the screen on both sides slightly curved. From earlier published benchmarks is also shown that the European version of the Note 7 is driven by a Exynos 889x-soc in combination with 4GB LPDDR4 memory. The battery capacity is 3600mAh and supports fast charge 50% in 20 minutes. 64GB of storage is present, which can be expanded using a memory card.