The samsung Galaxy S10 will have a system for the recognition of faces similar to the Face ID of the iPhone X | Rumor
If the Intelligent Scan of the Samsung Galaxy S9 (recently presented) didn't hit much experts in the field, now that the news we get perhaps the most reassuring regarding the next model. Mantis Vision, israeli startup, is reportedly working with the company Namuga for the realization of a module with a 3D sensor for the samsung Galaxy S10 (provisional name) of the company south Korean.
This technology would allow Samsung to integrate a better system of recognition of 3D faces on the Galaxy S10, similarly to the Face ID of the iPhone X. The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, which will soon be available on the market, they offer a system less secure based on the recognition of faces in 2D and coupled to a sensor for scanning the iris.
Last year, several videos have made the rounds of the web, showing how the unlocking system using face recognition on the Galaxy S8 could be circumvented by using a simple photograph of the user owner of the smartphone. Samsung has in fact confirmed the shortcomings of his system, not allowing it to be used to approve a payment with Samsung Pay. By comparison, the Face ID of the iPhone X projects 30,000 points on the face of the user to store a precise, and more secure, “image” 3D.
Ming-Chi Kuo, analyst of KGI Securities recently said that the manufacturers of Android smartphones are quite distant from the implementation of a system that is precise, reliable and safe as the Face ID. Apple has launched iPhone X last November, while the Galaxy S10 will probably arrive in March/April 2019, in short, quite a bit of time difference.
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