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Friday, 16 March 2018

It will take Samsung two years to achieve the Face ID of the iPhone X

Tomorrow, Friday, March 16 is the day in which we will have in the store the two new flagships of the South Korean company Samsung , we are talking about the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Samsung Galaxy S9 +. Lately they are talking a lot about them, since they have generated a lot of expectation , especially for its ultrafast processor and fantastic camera that is capable of working in very poor light conditions.

The comparisons with the Apple terminal that occupies all the owners , the iPhone X , were not expected. And some controversy has also come for the famous Face ID that have been implemented by Cupertino in its flagship terminal. In Samsung have opted for a facial recognition system that combined with the iris recognition system , is the option to unlock the phone.

But the South Koreans can only have, at the moment, a less advanced technology than Apple , since their system is only able to recognize in two dimensions instead of three, so any Samsung Galaxy S9 could be unlocked with a photograph .

The system used by Apple and using the TrueDepth , uses a laser of 30,000 points and generates a three-dimensional mapping of the user's face , making the error rate is followed once every one million attempts to unlock. Despite its premiere with doubts, it has been seen that it is an efficient and safe system .

In another vein, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo estimates that Samsung could take about two years to have a 3D facial recognition system ready like Apple, so perhaps we would get into what a future could implement Galaxy S10. The Koreans already work on it, but the deadlines are what they are and not until now there are more. 

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