As expected, Samsung's released its fantastic Secure Folder feature for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. And as expected, it requires Android 7.0 Nougat.
Samsung hasn't confirmed a release for the Galaxy Note 5 but the company says that it "plans to extend support to additional devices soon."
Again, nothing is confirmed but we're expecting a release for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5 and the prospect should have Galaxy Note 5 users excited.
Secure Folder was one of the best features on board the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and it will surely make a name for itself if and when it comes to the Galaxy Note 5.
If you're unfamiliar with Secure Folder, it's an excellent solution for those that store sensitive information/files on a device. Banking information, items of that nature.
As Samsung notes, items stored inside your Secure Folder "are sandboxed separately on the device and gain an additional layer of security and privacy."
On top of that, in order to access your Secure Folder, you'll need to use a PIN, pattern, passcode or biometric verification (fingerprint authentication).
Secure Folder isn't out for the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge yet but we're still confident these former flagships will get access to this exciting feature.
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