A recent Korean report on Samsung-made OLED display for iPhone 8 claims that speed of facial-recognition system used in Apple iPhone 8 will work in “millionths of a second”.
Well, It is not yet sure whether iPhone 8 will have a TouchID feature or it is replaced by Facial Recognition System for both unlock and Apple Pay authorization.
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One concern was the convenience of face recognition to authorize Apple Pay transactions, where the phone will typically be held out to the payment terminal at a very oblique angle. The system used by Apple is said to allow face identification even when held flat.
Today’s report from the Korea Herald suggests that speed won’t be an issue either.
The new facial recognition scanner with 3-D sensors can deeply sense a user’s face in the millionths of a second.
No source is given for the information, but with a Korean publication, and Samsung making the displays, it isn’t hard to guess.
It is not to be believed that Samsung is making facial recognition system but they may have all necessary information to build OLED that’s certainly the whole assembly.
Qualcomm is claiming that its own tech will allow future Android phones to match or beat the facial-recognition capabilities of the iPhone 8.
Having more security features is always a requirement on smartphones but there are varied preferences for users on how they want to unlock their devices