Samsung will integrate the PolarID facial scanning system into its smartphone 12:48

Samsung equips its flagship smartphone Galaxy S26 Ultra with the PolarID biometric identification system, which is similar to Apple’s Face ID. The portal reports this Ledger Control Referring to Sawyergalox insiders.

According to the source, PolarID will offer a high level of security without the need for additional sensors; The system will be powered by the device’s selfie camera. Apple’s Face ID system uses an infrared dot projector that creates a 3D model of the user’s face.

It was initially assumed that the innovation would be introduced in the Galaxy S25 Ultra. It is assumed that the decision was made to bring the feature to the Galaxy S26 Ultra “due to cost issues”. Samsung representatives did not comment on this information.

The flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S26 Ultra will not be available before December 2025. This year or early next year, Samsung will launch the Galaxy S25-only smartphone series, which will initially include three models: the base S25, S25+ and S25 Ultra.

Previously reportedHe said that the heat in Dubai destroyed Pavel Durov’s Samsung smartphone.

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Source: Gazeta

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