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Android Q Leaked Again Suggests Native Face Recognition

Recently we came through a report which suggested that the upcoming version of the world’s most favourite mobile operating system Android Q will have some amazing features as well as the new look and it will also tighten the privacy and security. Well. today we got another leak which is something like a carry over of the previous leak and suggests that the company may introduce a native face recognition setup.

Thanks to the guys at XDA Developers for bringing the new information, and that suggests that the upcoming version of the Android will boost up the face recognition security feature of an Android device by adding native support. Well, it seems like Google is planning to add face ID like hardware, as we know that the Apple uses face ID system which utilizes sensors like a dot projector and infrared module but till now Android devices use the front camera for the purpose of face unlock. However, the latest information suggests that there is a string in the AOSP build and that indicates that there is the presence of dedicated facial recognition hardware before giving access or moving forward with a secure process.

That’s not all, there is another report and gives us additional features of the Android Q System UI and that includes a system wide screen recording feature that will allow users to record their screen. We already know about this feature through the previous leak, so we think that the developers of the latest version of Android is finalized to implement a native Screen Recorder in the upcoming version and that is really good news.

As of now, we have no other information but it seems that the upcoming version of Android is going to awesome and we expect the first developer preview of the upcoming Android Q in March, we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest updates at your fingertips.

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