Samsung’s latest flagship Smartphone duo Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge comes with a new Screen lock feature for users, which called the Direction Lock. It’s a nice alternative into traditional Smartphone unlocking methods.

"Direction Lock on Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge"

It works by setting up Four to Eight Directional Swipes (Up, Down, Left or Right) to unlock the screen. You can access it from the Device Settings and then go to Accessibility option on your Galaxy S6 or S6 edge.

But unfortunately there is a little bit of lag from the time you have entered your last swipe until the time that the screen actually unlocks. It’s taken almost 2 seconds to unlock the screen.

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