As positive of a reception as the iPhone X has received since launch, there are elements of the flagship phone that couldn’t please everyone. For example, Apple decided to remove Touch ID altogether in order to implement an all-screen design, replacing it with the facial recognition system known as Face ID.
By most accounts, Face ID is an effective, if imperfect, successor, and within a few weeks of using the device, many of my colleagues say that they wouldn’t want to go back to using their fingerprints to unlock their phones. But for all of us who prefer Touch ID, one way that Apple might be able to bring it back without sacrificing on design would be with an in-display sensor. So it’s only natural that an Android iPhone X clone beat Apple to it.
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Xiaomi’s iPhone X clone might have the iPhone X feature everyone wanted originally appeared on BGR.com on Fri, 18 May 2018 at 17:26:01 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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Xiaomi’s iPhone X clone might have the iPhone X feature everyone wanted