shappy, 02 Jul 2018One thing I dont understand...If we have to press a key in 3D face scanning, then what is the ... moreThe oppo find x has an option to allow the phone to scan as soon as the screen is turned on, no touch needed
I chose neither because I think normal fingerprint and under display fingerprint is different. I vote for under display fingerprint scanner.
I prefer for Multiple Security Unlock. Fingerprint + Face Unlock/Iris Scanner.
DroidBoye, 02 Jul 2018Face and fingerprint scanning both have their own set of use cases. I prefer having both.Agreed, especially flagship nowdays cost a lot, so there's no reason to not include both
I have a sweaty hands so FPS doesn't work everytime. So i'll go with face scanning...
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2018Locking your phone is overrated. I never do, it's inconvenient either way, i just don't leave ... moreSecuring your phone is a responsibility to your contacts. You have information of them and their numbers. I really get annoyed when people brag about not needing to secure their phone cos they have nothing important, YOUR CONTACTS are important.
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2018Locking your phone is overrated. I never do, it's inconvenient either way, i just don't leave ... moreI agree, what are you storing on your phone that requires constant security, you think your all so important enough that you think someone is gunna go and try and get into your phone. They are not, no one gives a crap about your data
Fingerprint readers. Face scanners are still not as secure, even if 3D like the iPhone. The claim that FaceID is more secure than Fingerprints is plain old BS. Iris scanners are probably the most secure, but they're kind of hard to use in phones.
Proof that FaceID is not that secure is that identical twins or small children can fool it. On the other hands, even identical twins don't have the same fingerprints.
FRONT or SIDE mounted fingerprint reader
Always-On fingerprint scanners are more convenient. No button to push. Also it feels safer than using my ugly face to unlock an equally ugly notched phone
Locking your phone is overrated. I never do, it's inconvenient either way, i just don't leave my phone unsupervised, which makes the most sense.
But if i have to, i'd definitely use the fingerprint scanner, face unlock is too impractical and has too many conditions already mentioned (In the dark, from a distance/sitting on the table etc). Just another useless gimmick. Like motorized cameras.
I prefer fingerprint scanning instead of both methods because fingerprint scanning already convenience not need to waste the hardware space and software optimization for face scanning.
Even though fingerprint scanner is still best for me, I would use every of the smartphone's unlocking method if available, so that I can use different unlocking methods based on how my smartphone is placed
One thing I dont understand...If we have to press a key in 3D face scanning, then what is the point of it? It's equal to fingerprint scanner then.
Face scanning still doesn't work with my glasses that has blue filter.. So I vote fingerprint..
Face and fingerprint scanning both have their own set of use cases. I prefer having both.
Fingerprint scanner is still more reliable for me.
I used to have a Kyocera Hydro lol and it had face unlock.. that was about 5 years ago
Iris Scanner is the best!
Not as fast, but is far more secured than Fingerprint. It's still nearly as fast nonetheless. Facial Recognition is unreliable for those with twins. With Iris, yours is yours, mine is mine; no one has the same iris features as you do.