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It looks like that oft-rumored Xiaomi Mi 8 smartphone will be joined to market by a smaller, slightly lower-end Mi 8 SE with an iPhone X-style notch of its own and a Snapdragon 710 processor. The Mi Band 3 is also coming.
Gone but not forgotten, the two year-old OnePlus 3 and 3T are being updated right now to OxygenOS 5.0.3, containing Face Unlock features and May security patches.
The Xiaomi Mi 8 could be released instead of the Mi 7 or shortly after the company's long overdue next flagship phone with groundbreaking in-display fingerprint recognition in tow.
It's not just Samsung, but Huawei and other Chinese smartphone vendors that are trying hard to make in-display fingerprint recognition work, as 3D facial authentication methods remain expensive and risky.
Is Face ID on the iPhone X not as impenetrable as Apple claims? Maybe, but tricking the facial recognition tech is hardly possible at home.
The iPhone X is the world's only 3D sensing mobile device right now, but OPPO and Xiaomi are expected to integrate technology similar to Face ID in 2018.
There's absolutely no reason to doubt the almost impenetrable security of Apple's iPhone X Face ID technology, as explained in a new open letter.
Everyone's still talking about Apple's iPhone X Face ID technology, even with the iPhone 8 up for pre-order, but most of the secrets are now out.
What looked like a monumental Face ID fail at Apple's iPhone X announcement event was in fact not a facial authentication misfire, apparently.