Fingerprint Vs Iris Scanners On SmartPhones – Head to Head
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Before making the comparison, lets see how it works in this two separate worlds(Finger print Vs Iris Scanners)
FINGERPRINT SCANNERS ON SMARTPHONES
Fingerprint scanners ranges from Optical Scanners(Old and less secured), Capacitive Scanners(Modern scanners, secured and simple) and the Ultrasonic Scanners(Very secured, fast and also reliable). They are by far the most used hardware security measures on smartphones.
THE ADVANTAGES OF FINGERPRINT SCANNERS ON SMARTPHONES
THE DISADVANTAGES OF FINGERPRINT SENSORS/SCANNERS ON SMARTPHONES
No matter how tight a security element might be, it’s prone to have some loopholes, flaws or irregularities. Fingerprint print scanners aren’t exceptional in this case.
Iris scanners are a kind of new security trend in smartphones. Although its been there but hasnt been implemented and spread like finger print recognition scanners.
Iris scanning is a biometric recognition system that automatically scans 1 or both of the Iris(es) of an individual via complex and mathematical patterns. The scans are stable and unique to each individual. Its different from retina scanners.
THE ADVANTAGES OF IRIS SCANNERS ON SMARTPHONES
THE DISADVANTAGES OF IRIS SCANNERS ON SMARTPHONES
It’s highly recommended that you use a two way security verification on your smartphone. Combining the fingerprint or Iris scanner security it with other primary security options like PIN and Passwords will put you on the safer side incase there is a biometric recognition failure.
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