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Examining the differences between iPhone X Face ID and Samsung iris scanning

Using your face as a password just got a little more exciting. At the September 2017 Apple event, the iPhone X was revealed. It seems like Apple went all out on its "Anniversary" model, and one of the new features is Face ID. Unlocking your phone with your face isn't exactly new. Android has had the feature for a while, and Samsung has used a special iris scanner since the Galaxy Note 7.
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