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Samsung Galaxy Note9 features iris biometrics tech by Princeton Identity

 

Princeton Identity announced its patented iris recognition technology is featured in the Samsung Galaxy Note9. This follows the successful integration of the technology in both the Galaxy S8 and S9 devices.

“We are proud to build on our collaboration with Samsung with our industry-leading iris recognition technology featured in Galaxy S8, S9, and now the Galaxy Note9,” commented Mark Clifton, CEO of Princeton Identity. “Princeton Identity’s iris recognition is among the most widely deployed, globally.”

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 was officially launched today at an event in Brooklyn, New York.

In June Princeton Identity revealed in a case study that one of its customers is reporting a huge increase in brand awareness resulting from publicity of its status as the nation’s first senior residential and healthcare facility to deploy iris recognition technology as part of a physical security system.

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