Menks, 17 Aug 2017Iris scanner.With side mounted fingerprint button people can take out the phone from the pocket unlock the phone as the same time, while the phone is on a table people can unlock the phone by press the side mounted fingerprint button (but with same VIEWING angle, iris scanner can't do the unlock job and inconvenience)
Keep it there. don't want it
From what i can discern again from the above image...no 18:9AR screen, i really hope so cuz it looks like they will be one of the only players not to have that elongated aspect ratio screen. I also really like the rumors of the huge battery size. Hope they it comes with all the necessary bands needed for US and world wide distribution. I am liking what i see so far from the leaks.
I don't see where they can place more sensors but look at the video, what a gorgeous phone this is going to be! Please bring this outside china!
the image measures 281 x 500 which is NOT 16:9 if true. I hope they would make this a 16:9 device. non 16:9 devices are such a disappointment.
Don't care about this gimmick feature. I just hope it looks like that concept image with an improved camera. Thin with a still fat battery and it's a winner!
I thought Sony is doing the same thing as well with the news appeared a while ago for their future Xperia.....
Android Authority, 17 Aug 2017ridiculous, this innovation can be easily trolled again by just using a photo facing the scanner.Apparently not these 3D ones. The regular ones recognizes the face in 2D and so it could be fooled using a picture. These new 3D ones are supposed to be recognizing the face in 3D. Thus in theory you should need a proper 3D model of someones face to fool this one.
Android Authority, 17 Aug 2017ridiculous, this innovation can be easily trolled again by just using a photo facing the scanner.Well if it's properly implemented 3d, a flat image won't work. If it can be beaten with a flat photo, then it's poor security wise compared to fingerprint or iris scanners.
ridiculous, this innovation can be easily trolled again by just using a photo facing the scanner.