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News: Samsung applies for a dual-screen camera patent to support face recognition

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Samsung is developing an off-screen face recognition system that includes two off-screen cameras. Samsung filed a patent application with KIPRIS (Korea Intellectual Property Information Service) in March 2021, which was made public last week and was featured in a Dutch publication.

This method is often used for the use of under-screen cameras. Maybe this is the reason why Samsung has applied. However, Samsung has previously used this method on its Galaxy Z Fold product. Let’s know what the patent believes.

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According to the patent, the method takes multiple images of the user from two angles to better create a 3D model of the face and use it for authentication. However, Samsung specifically mentioned the use of an under-screen camera.

Samsung has so far experimented with only under-screen cameras on its Galaxy Z Fold product line, without a comprehensive range.

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Given the patent, it may be necessary to place a single camera near the bottom of the phone, where the fingerprint is located under the screen, or even combine the two into a single optical module.

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Also, the patent mentions measuring pupil size, which in humans changes depending on lighting conditions, and as an additional security measure to prevent the use of things like photos or masks to spoof facial recognition. expected to be used.
This will be a really cool technology that will naturally strengthen security.

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Galaxy Watch FE: Unveiled Early? Leaked Price and Release Date Suggest Imminent Arrival

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Exciting news for smartwatch fans! Samsung is rumored to be releasing not just one, but three new smartwatches soon. There’s even a chance the Galaxy Watch FE might launch before the other two, the Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra. This info comes from a recent leak, suggesting the wait for the FE might be even shorter.

The pricing of the Galaxy Watch FE has also been leaked.

According to reliable tipster @MysteryLupin on X, the Galaxy Watch FE is set to be released on June 24, 2024. This will be a few weeks ahead of the Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra, which are expected to debut in early July 2024 at the next Galaxy Unpacked event.

The Galaxy Watch FE is expected to be priced around €199, according to a product page found on Amazon Italy’s website by YTechB. If accurate, it will be cheaper than the Galaxy Watch 6 in Europe. In the US, the price could be $199.99.

 

The Galaxy Watch FE might launch globally by the end of this month and go on sale before the Galaxy Watch 7 series.

According to an image shared by tipster @MysteryLupin, the Galaxy Watch FE will feature a 1.2-inch Super AMOLED circular touchscreen with a 396 x 396 pixel resolution. It will have an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance, 5ATM water resistance, and a MIL-STD-810H-compliant design.

The Galaxy Watch FE will have an Exynos W920 dual-core processor, 1.5GB RAM, and 16GB internal storage. It runs on Wear OS-based One UI 5.0 Watch. Features include GPS, dual-band Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 5.0, and NFC. It has a 247mAh battery with a claimed 30-hour battery life and supports wireless magnetic charging.

The Galaxy Watch FE is said to include an accelerometer, barometer, BIA sensor, compass, ECG, gyro, and heart rate sensor. It can track activities, blood pressure, heart rate, sleep, stress, and workouts. It is compatible with Android phones and the Samsung Health app. Additionally, it supports Samsung Pay.

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Fixing Galaxy Enhance-X Crashes on One UI 6

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One UI 6 introduces exciting features for Samsung Galaxy devices, and some apps, like Galaxy Enhance-X, have been updated to offer new functionalities. This latest One UI version brings enhancements to various Samsung apps, including support for specific Galaxy A-series phones. If you’ve got One UI 6, explore the updated features and enjoy the improvements on your Galaxy smartphone or tablet.

Some users are facing problems with Galaxy Enhance-X on Android 14/One UI 6. The issues include crashes when trying to use features like denoising for photos or editing images saved in the HEIF format. If you’re experiencing these problems, you’re not alone, and it’s affecting certain functions of the app. The developers may release updates to address these issues soon.

The New update fix this problem, but there’s a temporary solution.

Samsung knows about the issues with Galaxy Enhance-X on Android 14/One UI 6 and is working on fixing them in the next update. Meanwhile, they recommend clearing the app’s cache if you’re having troubles. Stay tuned for the update to enjoy a smoother experience with the app.

Unfortunately, Galaxy Enhance-X is experiencing crashes and issues after updating to One UI 6. However, there are some temporary solutions you can try until a permanent fix arrives:

1. Clear the app cache:

This can often resolve minor glitches and performance issues. Here’s how:

  • Open the Settings app.
  • Go to Apps.
  • Find and select Galaxy Enhance-X.
  • Tap Storage.
  • Tap Clear cache.
  • Restart the app and see if the crashes persist.

2. Update the Galaxy Enhance-X app:

Make sure you’re using the latest version of the app. Here’s how to check for updates:

  • Open the Galaxy Store app.
  • Tap on the Menu icon (three horizontal lines).
  • Select Updates.
  • Check if Galaxy Enhance-X has an update available.
  • If an update is available, download and install it.

3. Reinstall the Galaxy Enhance-X app:

If clearing the cache and updating the app doesn’t help, try reinstalling the app. Here’s how:

  • Go to Settings > Apps.
  • Find and select Galaxy Enhance-X.
  • Tap Uninstall.
  • Restart your phone.
  • Open the Galaxy Store app.
  • Search for Galaxy Enhance-X.
  • Install the app again.

4. Report the issue to Samsung:

If none of the above solutions work, report the issue to Samsung. This will help them identify the problem and develop a fix. Here’s how to report the issue:

  • Open the Samsung Members app.
  • Tap Get Help.
  • Tap Send feedback.
  • Select Error report.
  • Describe the problem you’re experiencing.
  • Attach screenshots or recordings of the issue (if possible).
  • Tap Send.

5. Wait for a Galaxy Enhance-X update:

Samsung is aware of the issue and is working on a fix that will be released in a future update to the Galaxy Enhance-X app. Keep an eye out for updates in the Galaxy Store.

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Take Back Your Privacy: Master One UI’s Permission Manager

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Smartphones are everywhere and packed with features, but they also hold a lot of personal data. In this connected world, we need tools to protect our privacy.

Samsung’s One UI boasts the user-friendly “Permission Manager” on Galaxy devices. This tool empowers users by revealing and managing app permissions for sensors and services, offering enhanced control over privacy settings for a more secure and personalized experience.

Using Permission Manager in One UI

To access the Permission Manager tool, open the Settings app on your Galaxy device and navigate to “Security and Privacy.” Then tap “Permission Manger.”

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The Permission Manager menu contains almost two dozen categories, including Body sensors, Calendar, Call logs, Camera, Contacts, Files and Media, Location, and more.

Manage Your Privacy with One UI’s Permission Manager:

  • Allowed all the time
  • Allowed only while in use
  • Not allowed

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