Meizu and MediaTek form alliance to join the battle of the facial recognition technology

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    today the unlock method we use in our smartphones is the finger sensor because it is fast, safe, and no matter if there is light or not. However, some companies intend to go beyond that, and have considered that the next logical step is face recognition.

    we Already have cases like that are the Note 8 or iPhone X, where each one has chosen its own method (sensor of iris and Face ID, respectively), but Meizu does not want to fall behind in the that can be the start of the battle of the facial recognition. To do this,** the chinese manufacturer has partnered with MediaTek** looking for a mobile with this feature.

    Ard Boudeling, director of global marketing, Meizu, has announced on Twitter the alliance with the taiwanese manufacturer of processors to create “the best facial recognition technology in a smartphone”. The chinese manufacturer already has a few “achievements” in your past, such as having the first smartphone with 128 GB of storage (MX3) or be the first with a processor deca-core (Pro-6).

    it is Not surprising, therefore, that to seek one more way to attract the public as they have done with the Meizu Pro 7 and your rear screen, but this time looking to offer a system of additional blocking (or perhaps replacing the finger sensor?). is The manufacturer aims to show the first result of this alliance the next year, although I have not detailed how phone.

    beyond what is said on Twitter, it is not known if the phone in question would be the same in 2018, or if it would be postponed to the 2019, but it seems that the facial recognition wants to be open way to be the unlock method and default payment. Yes, for this to happen, there is a lot of work ahead, so we will wait to see what we offer both Meizu other manufacturers (if you dare).

    Via | Android Central
    Xataka Android | Face ID on the iPhone X and the iris scanner, Samsung: different solutions to the same problem


    The news Meizu and MediaTek form alliance to join the battle of the facial recognition technology was originally published in Xataka Android by Santiago Luque .


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    Meizu and MediaTek form alliance to join the battle of the facial recognition technology
    Source: www.xatacandroid.com  
    October 30, 2017

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