As soon as the iPhone X became official, various reports said that Android device makers will be quick to steal one its signature features, the 3D facial recognition system that’s more sophisticated than what’s found on Android counterparts.
Since then, more reports have emerged detailing Apple’s various moves to secure 3D modules supply for future device supposed to support Face ID, including 2018 iPhone X successors and new iPads. Android device makers are also looking to make use of the same components, but they may take their time copying Face ID.
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Android makers want to copy the iPhone X’s Face ID, but it’s not that easy originally appeared on BGR.com on Wed, 10 Jan 2018 at 21:01:24 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.