With the popularity of the face ID technology in iPhone, several Chinese companies are trying to copy the similar AI based feature. The recent news from the popular Chinese website, NewsDriver suggests the iPhone X like 3D facial recognition in the Xiaomi Mi 7.
There are several companies that are trying to implement the in-display fingerprint sensor. But it seems that Xiaomi is not at all interested in such advanced fingerprint technology. It is still working on the 3D facial recognition technology which may showoff in the next Xiaomi flagship. It is expected to use the hardware that is similar to the Face ID in iPhone X.
Implementation of Xiaomi Face ID
Rumors suggest that Xiaomi is working with Qualcomm, Himax technologies and Truly opt-electronics for the mass production of the advanced 3D facial recognition system. This innovative technology mat hit the market by March 2018. Xiaomi Mi 7 would be the first device of this Chinese company to feature this technology.
The Xiaomi Mi 7 in UAE may run with the Qualcomm 845 processor and 6GB of RAM. It supports dual SIM standby and holds 3950 mAh battery. The upcoming flagship may also feature wireless charging support.
Xiaomi Mi 7 Rumored Specs
It may have 5.8 inches OLED display screen with 18:9 aspect ratio and 2560 X 1440 screen resolution. As for the camera, the Xiaomi Mi 7 may feature a dual rear camera, each with a 19MP sensor at f/1.7 aperture. The front shooter may have a 16MP sensor. The upcoming smartphone may have quick charging support. The Chinese device may come in two storage variants (6GB RAM Plus128GB internal storage and 8GB RAM with 256GB internal storage).
It seems like the era of the bezel-less display screen has come to an end. The new revolution has begun with all smartphone manufacturers concentrating on replacement of fingerprint sensor with an advanced 3D facial technology.
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