Since the launch of the Apple iPhone X with Face ID, many users seem to be craving for smartphones with the neat feature built-in into the smartphone. According to studies run by Apple this identification method is really secure and reliable, that’s why Chinese phone maker AllCall decided to pack this functionality on their upcoming flagship.
As you may have read in the title, we’re talking about the AllCall Mix 2. The next all-screen device is indeed going to come with this really innovative technology which will put their smartphone in the same league as bigger companies such as Samsung, Apple and OnePlus, which already run Face ID (or equivalent) on their devices.
We don’t know much yet about AllCall’s handset, other than the processor it’ll be packing – a power efficient Mediatek Helio P23 – and the OS, which will be the latest Android 8.0 Oreo build, so it’s hard to tell if the Face ID feature is enough to buy over some customers. What we know though, is that the Mix 2 appears to be a good all-around device filled with interesting features and, if priced correctly, could become a really interesting all-screen alternative.
For more info and updates about the phone, visit AllCall’s official website.