Hidden ‘Face authentication’ settings found in latest Android Q Beta


Android Q Beta 4 was released today, and besides bricking some Pixel models, the update contained something interesting. Hidden settings discovered by 9to5Google revealed that “Face authentication” will be a feature on the next Android build when it is launched later this year. Google has lagged well behind Apple with facial recognition, as Face ID on iOS uses the front-facing TrueDepth Camera to produce a more secure 3D map of a user’s face.
The hidden settings revealed that in Android Q, users will be able to select an option requiring that the user’s eyes be open …

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