March 16, according to South Korea's Korea Herald, in order to maintain its competitiveness with Apple's iPhone X Face ID black technology, Samsung will add a 3D sensor camera to its new flagship Galaxy S10 next year.
According to news from Korea Media, a technology company from Israel, Mantis Vision, is working with Samsung camera module suppliers to help Samsung's next-generation Galaxy S flagship smartphone develop a 3D sensor camera solution to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Galaxy S. It is unclear what Samsung's next-generation flagship will be named, initially named "Galaxy S10," but the possibility of a major change in its naming is high. It is said that Samsung will use this 3D sensing technology to compete with Apple.
Of course, Samsung has not yet confirmed the news, but it can be confirmed that Mantis Vision is working with a camera module company Namuga, and Namuga is a supplier of Samsung low-end smart phone camera modules, including Samsung's Galaxy A and J uses the company's modules. However, the company has also provided camera modules for the Intel RealSense AR sensing camera for a long time and has been widely used in Windows laptops.
In face recognition technology, the face ID of the Apple iPhone X is currently in the industry. Samsung is not the case, the existing technology is still based on front-facing camera 2D facial recognition only, so it can easily be fooled by static photos, videos or dies. The Apple Face ID is a more powerful and safe verification system. It can project more than 30,000 light spots that are invisible to the naked eye on the human face, creating an accurate and unique depth spectrum. Even twins can Accurately identify.
However, Apple's face ID was not completed in one day. This original camera system includes a new custom infrared camera, floodlight sensing elements, and dot matrix projectors. It also incorporates the A11 chip's AI neural network technology. As a result, last year, the original camera was still experiencing some difficulties in its supply, resulting in the smooth preparation of iPhone X after October.
It is understood that Apple will continue to provide face ID technology on more new devices, including the next generation iPad Pro tablet, which is expected to be launched as soon as this June.