Samsung Introduces AltZLife, The Ultimate Private Mode Feature

Yolanda Curtis
August 12, 2020

The update is dubbed AltZLife and is only available on the Galaxy A51 and A71 smartphones in India. According to a research conducted by the company, 79% of Gen Z customers admit to having content on their smartphones that they don't want their family or anyone else to access it.

Samsung has announced the AltZLife feature that includes Quick Switch and Content Suggestions, for its Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51 smartphones.

To prevent unauthorized access, users will have to provide authentication after double-clicking the power button in normal mode. The smartphone features a 6.9-inch WQHD display with 1440x3200 pixel resolution The device packs 8GB/12GB of RAM and comes in two storage options 256GB and 512GB. The augmented reality functionality on the device also allows private content to be moved to Secure Folder. It comes with 1080p OLED display, is IP68 waterproof and dust resistant and runs on Android 9.0 Pie. The update included features like the Single Take camera mode, a better Pro mode, Quick Share, Music Share, and much more. The Content Suggestions feature uses AI to suggest moving private content to the Secure Folder.

Whereas, if they carry out the action on home screen or app drawer, the phone will launch the Secure Folder. The entire software has been built at Samsung R&D Institutes in Bangalore and Noida. And passing Samsung's post, it appears like the function is restricted to Indian users just.

The South Korean major last week opened pre-booking for its Galaxy Note20 series in India, The 6.7-inch Galaxy Note 20 (8GB+256GB) was launched at the original price of Rs 77,999 while the 6.9-inch Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G (12GB+256GB) is available for Rs 104,999 in the country.

AltZLife has two components, i.e.

Meanwhile, the Content Suggestions feature of the AltZLife is an AI-based app in the Secure Folder. With Quick Switch mode you can simply double press the power button to switch between your personal space and public space on your phone.

When switching from private to normal mode, no authentication is required. It is an app inside the Secure Folder that automatically suggests users to move private images to the Secure Folder.

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