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Samsung to introduce the mysterious ‘AltZ Life’ on August 10

Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mondal is writer at TechGenyz

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Privacy has always been one of the top tier concerns both for the smartphone manufacturers, and its users. The concern levels have risen especially because sensitive information now is stored on smartphones more than it ever was stored, and this includes storing payment details to storing important documents and photos on smartphones.

One way to tackle this problem and to ensure that the smartphone remains a tight-knit device, the manufacturers have come up with external security features such as integrating a fingerprint or even a face scanner. However, as promising as those sound, there had remained loopholes.

Samsung has taken this issue up seriously, and are on its way to implement them. There have been talks around the new security measures that the smartphone giant would take. Then came the announcement of what Samsung calls the “AltZ Life”.

The company has been tight-lipped about this or what this new feature might entail or come with. One thing that is known for sure that this new security measurement is coming for both the Samsung Galaxy A51 and the Samsung Galaxy A71 smartphones.

According to the official statement, the Samsung AltZ Life will make its debut on August 10, 2020. Netizens are speculating that more than security settings, the Samsung AltZ Life could also mean a separate secret folder for smartphone users. As of now, these are all only speculations.

Even the online Samsung community Newsroom is flooded with questions regarding the new security feature, but no one seemed to know the specific answer, except the fact that it is a new security feature. One thing that could be stated with any degree of certainty is that the security feature would be available on the Galaxy A51, and the Galaxy A71 smartphones. Samsung will clear up any doubts and will release more info on its release date.


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