Face recognition in full display smartphones
If you’re considering buy a new smartphone now, maybe you should take face recognition into consideration. Face recognition in full display smartphones is the latest trend in smartphone design.
In Samsung S8, face scan is firstly introduced as one of the unlock methods. Then in iPhone X, Apple replaces ITouch with the new Face ID and caught many people’s eyes. The popular Chinese producer Vivo also launched their new flagship X20 with Face Wake as well as the fingerprint unlock. If you want more affordable choice, DOOGEE MIX 2 could be one of the options.
So what’s the difference of face recognition in the 3full display smartphones? Let’s make a comparison.
Samsung Note 8: face scan is not important
Though Samsung S8 and Note 8 all support face scan, it’s not the selling points in Samsung products. There are six of unlocking methods available in Note 8, including iris scan, fingerprint scan, face recognition, pattern, password and Pin, face recognition is not the only one, nor the most important one choice provided by Samsung. Moreover, the face recognition isn’t able to be used in Samsung Pay, which shows the uncertainty or insecurity there.
Other than the face scan, Samsung Note 8 could be a great full display smartphone – 6.3” full display, S Pen, dual 12.0MP cameras, 10nm processor, all make it a flagship this year. The only problem is the price, sold at $950, the price is higher than 95% of the smartphones now.
Face recognition: ★★★☆
IPhone X: 3D facial scan, could be the most advanced one
IPhone has paid many words to describe the Face ID in it. Though the first show fails, it is still the most advanced face recognition technology in the world now. Face ID is enabled by the TrueDepth camera, which captures 30,000 dots to create a picture of your face. It seems like Apple is confident in the security of Face ID and applied it in unlock, authenticate and Apple Pay.
IPhone X also has dual 12MP cameras in the rear, and it could be a standard configuration in smartphones now and in the future. IPhone X is powered by the efficient A11 engine, has 5.8” full display and wireless charge supported. Just like Samsung, IPhone X is not price friendly at all – starting at $999.
Face recognition: ★★★★★
DOOGEE MIX 2: be the most budget-friendly
Comparing to iPhone or Samsung, DOOGEE is a small smartphone brand. However, in the latest product DOOGEE MIX 2 (www.doogee.cc/sale/week), face recognition is supported. With front cameras in the top of the screen, DOOGEE MIX 2 is able to capture the users’ face information with the camera.
Other than the normal selfie camera that used to process face recognition, DOOGEE MIX 2 even has a second selfie camera, which boosts 130° wide-angle. The camera is able to capture 8-10 people in one picture, and be the best replacement of selfie sticks or fisheye camera.
As a mid-end product, DOOGEE MIX 2 is powered by MTK Helio P25, 6GB of RAM. Carrying 16MP +13MP dual cameras in the rear, DOOGEE MIX 2 also be the first quad-camera full display smartphone in the world now. With the advanced technology and specs, the phone is sold at no more than $200 in the launch period.
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Face recognition: ★★★