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Pixel 4: Android-App simuliert Fingerabdruckscanner durch die Gesichtserkennung – für App-Kompatibilität


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Google hat mit den Pixel 4-Smartphones erstmals die starke Gesichtserkennung eingeführt, die auf zusätzliche Kameras über dem Display setzt und den Nutzer somit zuverlässig und blitzschnell erkennen soll. Das funktioniert im Allgemeinen sehr gut, aber dass Google für diese Methode auf den Fingerabdrucksensor verzichtet hat, kann die Nutzer vor einige Herausforderungen stellen. Mit einer praktischen […]

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