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Pixel 4’s face unlock feature is only supported by 5 Android apps so far

9to5Google Monday, 21 October 2019
Android smartphones can have as much cool tech as companies can dream of, but implementing it properly relies on apps. Convincing developers to support new features has always been Android’s Achillies heel, and it seems that app problem will be the case with Pixel 4’s face unlock biometrics.

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