The latest Pixel 4 XL leak gives us our first look at Google’s process for setting up facial recognition. It’s broadly similar to Apple’s Face ID setup, involving asking users to spin their head in a circle. But in a nice touch, it provides some helpful extra details and options along the way.
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• Glasses or lightly tinted sunglasses are OK.
• The images and biometric data used by face unlock are stored securely and never leave your phone. You can delete the data anytime.
• Looking at the phone can unlock it when you don’t intend to. Your phone can be…