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Friday, 20 October 2017

This is the first Android that copies the Face ID of iPhone X



It was clear that it could happen, and in the end it has happened. We already know the first Android smartphone that has copied the Face ID feature of Apple iPhone X. And eye, because it is not the only thing that has copied ...

Dooge has revealed the existence of a new smartphone under the nomenclature Mix 2. The company has moved surprisingly fast to introduce its new device. In fact, the first generation of the Doogee Mix has only been released in Malaysia.

The Doogee Mix 2 has a curved 18: 9 radio display that occupies the entire front of the terminal, a design that has become very popular these days. Although this time we can not talk about plagiarism, but fashion. But it does have a camera configuration very similar to that of the Huawei Nova 2i , and Face ID face recognition as the Apple iPhone X. Copy or inspiration?


Doogee Mix 2: a mix of plagiarism for a very affordable price


The front camera of the Doogee Mix 2 has two 8MP sensors, one dedicated to the wide angle for group selfies (this is how the hardware promotes it). The main cameras, of course, are a combination of 16 MP and 13 MP with 2x optical zoom.


ut most striking of all is the implementation of Face ID. In Android, this technology is not very widespread today. Samsung chose to place a fingerprint sensor on the back of its terminals, and its facial recognition is really easy to fool .

So the Doogee Mix 2 has become the first Android smartphone to copy Apple's Face ID feature. The terminal will be available for less than $ 200 and will arrive in November.

Hopefully soon, in the not too distant future, all smartphones will allow users to unlock their lock screen without having to move a single finger . But facial recognition is not the only alternative, so is voice recognition. Which of the two options will be more reliable in the future?

Source | Andro4all 

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