Xiaomi Mi 7 to Sport Face Unlock Technology, Ditch Fingerprint Sensor: Report


After the iPhone X’s shift to Face ID, facial recognition technology is expected to be the talk of the town in 2018. New reports suggest Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi 7 might be one of the first smartphones to ditch fingerprint sensor technology in favour of facial recognition. The phone is expected to sport 3D face sensing technology. A contrary report also claims that the Xiaomi Mi 7 will feature an on-screen (also known as under-display) fingerprint sensor.

As we mentioned, the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 7 might be the first smartphone to follow in Apple’s footsteps, incorporating facial recognition instead of the earlier fingerprint sensing technology.

This article was sourced from Gadgets360

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