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Anything iPhone X can do… Android phones will get ‘deep portrait’ mode and Face ID soon too.

Very soon the cool features on the Apple iPhone will be on the Android

We all know the iPhone X has been out for sometime now. Yea…but there are plans already lined up to replicate the features of IPhone X in some 2018 high-end phones on the Android platform.

Features like the ‘Deep portrait’ selfie photography and also using the well-known Face ID and unlock function will be supported by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chipset, which is likely to be in a lot of top Android phones and devices next year 2018.

All of these adds with allow for bokeh-rich portrait photos from the selfie camera, which we all agree has mainly been seen on the rear-facing camera on Android devices b phones. Blueing the background in subject-foucused selfish can be an amazing effect the usual selfie beauty mode and skin smoothing which sometimes… blurs you.
Its no news that the primitive version of the FaceID and Unlock is on the Android, the solution offered from Qualcomm can match the Apple’s TrueDepth front facing camera. The starting point is the system-on-a-chip level.

There isnt much phones with the Snapdragon 845 chipset as most came with the Snapdragon 835 chipset, but it looks like the Samsung S9 will be the first to have installed on it.
Do you think you’ve got what it takes to handle Android Animoji yet?

Expect more 3D face-mapping on the Android platform to match th feature we’ve seen on the Apple platform.
With active depth-sensing and IR sensor for face-mapping, Qualcomm’s new chipset can do just this. Qualcomm also said something’s about upping the security on the chip pointing out that security is its top priority.

Trying to clone the Animoji of IPhone is the Huawei Honour View 10. Though having the architecture on the chip is vital to improving the adoption and even more, performance of the next generation of feont-facing camera features.

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