4 Android manufacturers team up to develop the Face ID of the iPhone X - CYDIAPLUS.com


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Friday, 10 November 2017

4 Android manufacturers team up to develop the Face ID of the iPhone X

When Apple announced the iPhone X with a full view screen, another feature that stood out was the 3D facial recognition technology that the device has. The iPhone X represents a big change in terms of design and features for the iPhone line, which since its inception had offered users a physical start button.

However, Apple decided to abandon the start button and, later, the Touch ID on the iPhone X, replacing it with a facial recognition system called Face ID.

The Face ID feature of the iPhone X has continued to receive positive reviews despite the fact that the device is still new to the market. The implication is that rivals will not waste time before presenting a similar feature in their models . There are already reports that Xiaomi and Samsung are working together with Qualcomm for the use of 3D Facial recognition on their flagships.

Now it has been pointed out to OPPO, which will work on a facial recognition technology with Qualcomm. The latest report is that Xiaomi and OPPO are adjustment agreements with Qualcomm for the technology debut on their flagships next year.

It is said that 3D facial recognition technology has been jointly developed by Qualcomm and Wonder Vision, while the sensor module will be supplied by Reliance Optoelectronics. According to reports, facial recognition solutions would enter mass production around March and April of next year.

In addition to the trio mentioned here, Huawei is also keen to work with Sunny Optical Technologies to develop 3D sensor solutions for its high-end models. In China, Ophelia optical technology is also said to be developing a similar technology and is expected to cooperate with domestic manufacturers in the near future.

First of all, it was the full screen design that became the current trend, are we about to see another revolution in the industry that could see a reduction in the use of fingerprint recognition technology?

Via | gizmochina 

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