According to the codes that an XDA Developers member discovered in Samsung’s product hardware, Galaxy Grand Prime Plus will have the company’s original biometric security lock iris scanner.
According to many leakages and rumors, Samsung will offer 3D face recognition technology to users with the Galaxy S10. This means that the company will bid farewell to the flagship of the flagship iris scanner for the first time with the Galaxy Note 7 ‘permanently’. Yes, only for the flagship ships.
XDA-Developers member DeadMan 96385 revealed that the 2018 version of Galaxy Grand Prime Plus will have an iris scanner that the company has so far offered only to its flagships. According to XDA-Developers member, Galaxy Grand Prime Plus will have the model number ‘Grandppirislte’.
But the only proof of the deadman96385’s presence in the Galaxy Grand Prime Plus is the iris, not the model number. The device’s firmware files contained a driver called ktd2692_iris. This driver will use the standard LED on the front to activate the iris scanner.
Korean Herald, a South Korean based company, also announced a report during the year that Samsung will include an iris scanner in its mid-range smartphones to market in 2019. Code that XDA-Developers member Deadman96385 found found directly affects Korean Herald’s report.