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Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Android will also adopt iPhone 8 facial recognition



From Qualcomm they feel very frustrated. They do not stop criticizing and disparaging Apple due to the controversy in which both companies have been involved . Apple sued Qualcomm for excessive charges, meanwhile, Qualcomm claims that Apple limited the performance of the iPhone 7 processor.

The latest pearl that they have released since Qualcomm indicates that the success of the iPhone 8's facial performance technology will not last long , mentioning that Android smartphones will also adopt the system. The company plans to offer upcoming processors that exceed the power of the iPhone 8.


From CNET we are advanced that the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processor that has been used in many high end Android terminals will offer 3D infrared sensors next year .

"Qualcomm promises that the next generation of Snapdragon processors will offer much more, or at least the same things but faster and more accurately. The new chip will now be able to use infrared light to measure depth and high resolution maps for facial recognition, 3D object reconstruction and mapping. All features will be coupled to a phone's camera module. "


We know that the iPhone 8 will feature facial recognition and augmented reality features by implementing 3D sensors next to the FaceTime camera on the front of the device. But we do not know if the Cupertino company will use this facial recognition system to unlock the terminal . It is said that Apple has had problems implementing the Touch ID on iPhone 8, but may have found an alternative solution.


Face Recognition on the Samsung S8



Be that as it may, the latest information indicates that Apple may have planned to use facial recognition technology to unlock the iPhone 8. What is clear is that Android smartphone manufacturers will not wait for a second to implement face recognition technology In its terminals so that Apple can not enjoy exclusive functions for the year 2018.

Via | 9to5mac

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