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Meet The World’s First Android Smartphone To Feature 512GB Of Storage And Face ID

We all know very well that in the field of mobile telephony, it is increasingly difficult to innovate. However, little by little new features are being introduced in mobile phones that seek to improve the way we use them every day. Now, according to the latest reports, soon the world’s first Android smartphone with 512GB of storage and a better Face ID than Apple’s iPhone X will arrive.

Meet The World’s First Android Smartphone To Feature 512GB Of Storage And Face ID

In the field of mobile telephony, it is increasingly difficult to innovate. However, little by little new features are being introduced in mobile phones that seek to improve the way we use them every day. The latest of these developments is found in Huawei will be the first Android smartphone manufacturer to include two interesting new features.

Huawei will have a Face ID better than Apple’s on their phones

The first of these is a 3D recognition technology similar to the Face ID of the tech giant Apple’s flagship smartphone, of course, the iPhone X. Although it was not expected at least for almost two years, the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei said today through a note to its investors that for the year 2019 will have a mobile ready to implement this security technology and biometric recognition.
This technology would also be better than the one that incorporates the iPhone X, being cheaper to manufacture and occupying much less space, so the “notch” will also be smaller. To do this, “time-of-flight” sensors would be used to replace those that use structured light. This substitution in the market would take place between three and six months after they began to be manufactured.
The TrueDepth technology of the iPhone X works with a laser with 30,000 detection points that analyzes our face through a camera with infrared detection, which collates the information with a 2D photo of our face. The new system that Huawei would incorporate would be different since it would generate density maps by calculating the time it takes the laser pulses to reach our face.
The well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Huawei will not be the only one; but probably it will be the first (unless we know with the current information). Once the rest of manufacturers see the advantages of this technology they will proceed to incorporate it on more and more mobile.

The company will also be the first to have a 512GB mobile

With regard to storage, there are already 256GB smartphones in the market (like the iPhone X), but none have yet ventured to offer 512GB. According to the latest rumours, the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Huawei will be the first to reach 512 GB, more than some lightweight laptops offer.
This supposed Huawei mobile would also have 6 GB of RAM, and although it is probably not the next P20, it could be a special edition of this (in plan Porsche edition). The South Korean giant Samsung started manufacturing 512 GB chips last December and said that this year it would have them ready.
Therefore, it would not be unreasonable that this year we will saw mobiles with this capacity. Every time we need more space to store photos and videos (especially in 4K), in addition to the applications and mobile games increasingly occupy more (Facebook occupies 400 MB, while Fortnite occupies 2 GB).
So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.


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