May 25, 2016 04:35 AM EDT

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 Specs To Have High-Tech Security Feature?

It is believed that a high-tech security feature is included in the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specs. Moreover, the tech giant has already filed for trademarks on the new features.

News Everyday reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specs will feature an iris scanner. With this, the security of a smartphone will be vastly improved. It can cost much, though.

The publication noted that this would be the first of the many new features for the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specs. There are also speculations that the device will have a whopping 6GB of RAM.

Plus, it was suggested that the phablet could have a 4,000 mAh battery capacity. It is rumored to have a 5.8-inch size and QHD resolution display.

"The Note range tends to follow the design cues of the main Galaxy flagship devices released earlier in the year, so this year's phablet is expected to echo the design of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge," Forbes wrote about the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specs. "The two devices rumored to be 'in testing' have identical hardware specifications in all but the screen."

A recent report by Forbes seems to confirm the high-tech security feature for the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specs. Samsung has purportedly registered a new trademark for its user-friendly security measure.

The marks for "Samsung Iris" and "Samsung Eyeprint" have been requested last week. This suggested that the tech giant may have new technology in store for its mobile devices. A new security and identity system for the phablet would help Samsung's efforts for innovation.

Previously, the company has worked with users' eyes through eye-tracking and control scrolling functions, as well as keeping the device's backlight on at full power if the customer is looking at the screen. The rumored iris scanner for the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 specs would be a game-changer for the company, since identification has become quite a battleground for smartphone manufacturers.

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