Ever since the launch of the new iPhone 11, every tech lover including me have their eyes on the release of the galaxy s11 by Apple’s archnemesis Samsung. By far all of us are well aware of the promising features of the iPhone 11. But we don’t know what does Samsung has in stores for us.
Android fans have been speculating about Samsung Galaxy s11’s features since the day they released the news of its arrival. Since then, all the media outlets have been filled with rumors. Some of them are true while others are far from reality. Another latest news concerning the new phone is the presence of super improved facial recognition features.
Since the news was released by none other than the XDA’s developer Max Weinbach through a tweet on his official twitter account @MaxWinebach, so the authenticity of the news is not to be questioned.
As far as details are concerned, Well we all know how the iPhone X changed the game for security systems for phones with its facial recognition features. Since then every company is trying to follow their footsteps and making their version of the said features.
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Each trying to exceed the other in terms of quality and everything. Samsung, of course, hasn’t been behind in this game. They included facial recognition paired up with fingerprint sensors in their previous models.
The world is changing at a very fast pace, it just seems like yesterday when the facial recognition was first introduced and now some android companies even have 3D facial recognition system in their phones, which makes this feature even more reliable and secure.
From what we have heard about s11, we can say that it will surely have 3D recognition in it as well. The major reason behind the speculation is the above-mentioned tweet, which says that Samsung has initiated their work on UX_picasso for their new S11.
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This news guarantees a promising improvement in facial recognition features for Galaxy s11. Each unit in these phones will be laced up with more ToF sensors ensuring a better facial recognition system.