It will be presented on May 31, 2018, this week. It will be the next flagship of the 4th largest manufacturer in the world and 4th largest manufacturer in Europe. Your name? Xiaomi Mi 8 and Xiaomi Mi 8 SE (Special Edition). We will have two new colossi with 3D facial recognition. It will come with Google's Android Oreo platform.
Indeed, in addition to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor, it is believed that at least the SE version will feature the built-in fingerprint reader. It will be, in addition to 3D facial recognition, one of the unlocking methods of the new high-end Android.
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Now, after we have seen the Xiaomi animated emojis (animojis) on video, we get a glimpse of what your Face ID will look like. That is, 3D face recognition of the new high end with Google's Android Oreo platform or more specifically, its configuration.
We can see the operation of the three-dimensional mapping of the user's face with a mesh of recognition points. This will give us a new method, exponentially safer than current solutions like Face Unlock. Note that 2D facial recognition can be contoured with relative ease.
Xiaomi Mi 8 will be the first Android smartphone with 3D face recognition
At this point we consider Xiaomi launching a total of two upscale smartphones. Here, the Xiaomi Mi 8 Special Edition (SE) would be equipped with 3D face recognition and an on-screen fingerprint reader. Thus providing a dual solution to unlock the Android mobile device. Already the version standard This terminal will bring only the first solution, the theme of this piece, 3D facial recognition. Something that will have delayed the presentation of this new generation.
Note that so far no other mobile device manufacturer has been able to replicate what Apple has done on its iPhone X. It will, to all intents and purposes, be one of the great assets of this handset, one of the new rivals for OnePlus 6.
The video posted above was initially shared via the social network Twitter. It was later advanced by the international press. Now we wait for the official presentation of this new smartphone with Android Oreo platform and MIUI interface.
It should also be mentioned that at the May 31st Xiaomi presentation event, we will also see the MIUI 10 announcement.
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