Animoji iPhone X and AR Emoji Galaxy S9/S9+: here are the differences
After many rumors and rumors, Samsung has finally revealed to the world the new Galaxy S9 and S9+. And just as was suggested by the rumor, the giant tech south-Korean has responded to the Animoji of Apple presenting the AR Emoji, one of the novelties of the two top of the range. But what are the differences between the approaches taken by Apple and Samsung?
Let's start off with saying that the goal of the Animoji and AR Emoji is the same, namely, to enable the owner of the smartphone to be “transformed” into an emoji animated. All this to create entertaining content which you can share with friends and family. The Animoji Apple have since then been very successful, and it was only a matter of time before rival companies, such as Samsung, take a cue.
But despite the end goal is the same, there are some differences. iPhone X uses the form of photography and sensors to track the movements of the face, so that you can replicate in real time in a emoji animated available. To create a Animoji you need to use the Messages app to your system, and you can record a video from a maximum duration of 10 seconds. After you have sent it, the video can be saved in the gallery, and can then be shared on other platforms too.
The Galaxy S9 instead takes advantage of the front camera and some software solutions to transform the face of the user in the emoji. The biggest difference between the two functions is that with the samsung S9, the user can create an emoji, a virtual realization of himself (the result, vaguely reminiscent of the Miitomo of Nintendo). In short, with the new top of the range of the company's south Korean users will have the ability to customize your character, without it, instead having to use the mandatory one from among those available (as is the case for the Animoji).
Once you have created and saved a My Emoji, the user can easily access it via the camera roll. The software produces also an entire collection of stickers to share and/or publish on the platforms you use the most.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ have been unveiled just a few hours ago, so it's hard to say which is the better realization, because much depends on personal opinion. In any case, after the presentation of Samsung and the related insights, what is your initial judgement of the AR Emoji? Are the right answer to Animoji? Have your say in the comments.
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