Galaxy S10 will still be features that support facial recognition, despite were leaked rumors about Samsung’s desire to focus on developing display fingerprint scanners. This is indicated by the fact of registration by the Korean manufacturer brands Dynamic Vision, a Private Vision and Detect Vision, which, according to journalists phoneArena directly associated with the user identification in their faces.
According to information from open sources, Samsung is developing its own analog Face ID. This helps Israeli start-up Mantis Vision together with the manufacturer of three-dimensional cameras from South Korea Namuga. Release a joint product of three companies to be held next year and, apparently, to debut simultaneously with the Galaxy S10, which will be released in late February at the conference MWC’2019, in Barcelona.
Face ID in the Galaxy S10
For possible support of future Galaxy S10 of face recognition indicates the presence of dual front-facing cameras, hidden in the Infinity display-O, has repeatedly appeared on getting into Network rendering and engineering drawings. It is not excluded that an additional camera module is three dimensional and is responsible for identification. In any case, such a solution would be the most logical since to find on the front panel of the smartphone is the place for hardware face detection would be very difficult.
Galaxy S10 — features
It is assumed that the Galaxy S10 will be released in three versions to compete with the flagship iPhone XR, XS and XS Max. Hardware base of all three models will be the Snapdragon 855 chipset (or Exynos 9820 depending on the region distribution), at least 8 GB of RAM and probably up to 1 TB built-in storage. In addition, the manufacturer can increase the battery capacity of the smartphone compared to the Galaxy S9 and S9+, as well as to equip them to third main camera module.
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