Google was very much under the critics wrath as it had released the Android 4.0 in just 5 months of development. Now it seems that Samsung is completing the undone tasks by adding more features to the Android 4.0. Now to cover the security loophole in the Face Unlock feature of Android, Google has released blink detection feature which will very soon be available in Samsung devices.
The feature will be available for Samsung Galaxy S II and the Galaxy S smartphone and it will be available with the ICS update Samsung is rolling out for these devices. Earlier many users had complained that the Face Unlock option could be bypassed by placing a picture of the user in front of the camera. With the blink detection feature, to unlock the phone the user also has to blink which is impossible to do with an image.
Samsung has also noted that the feature will be available as an update for the Galaxy S users and hence Android users will be able to get this feature even without the Android 4.0 update.
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