Is the Galaxy S8 hazardous to your eyesight? Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/artic

18-Nov-2017

'It was meant to be Samsung’s ‘saving grace’, but users have found an issue just two months after the Galaxy S8 has hit the market.

Multiple owners of the handset have reported feeling sharp pains and dizziness after using the iris scanner since purchasing the device – and it is so profound that some have reverted back to the fingerprint scanner.

Although the South Korean firm has deemed the technology safe, studies have found that the protein found in the lens of the eye is very sensitive to the infrared radiation used in the biometric and when exposed, can lead to cataract.'

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