For the most part, fitting fingerprint sensors is the facto smartphone security option, at least as far as the biometric unlocking method of an Android smartphone. However, we are starting to see more manufacturers explore different options, such as Samsung using an iris scanner and Apple that preferred facial recognition technology.
Now, according to a 9to5Google report, it appears that in a new Google commitment it is said that the AOSP code will have the feature for authentication of the identity of each user’s face, so manufacturers of mobile phones will not have to resort to to use their own systems if they do not. For the time being, we do not know whether it will be as complex or as secure as Apple’s Face ID.
The next question is also when will we see this new feature revealed? For the sake of this, it is true that Google apparently did not mention during the Google I / O 2018 the possible time to see the introduction of this feature, but from the details we learned about Android P and the information we gave it 9to5Google, we could probably see this feature in Pixel 3.