Chromebooks with Face ID authentication may be just around the corner
Manuel VonauAndroid Police
A new sensor could allow for face unlock, presence detection, and more, much like we know from Windows 10 and 11
It looks like Google could add face unlock and other camera-based interaction options to upcoming Chromebooks and Chrome OS. 9to5Google found evidence that the company is working on integrating a "Human Presence Sensor" that would allow for similar features like Windows 10 and 11's Hello camera.
Most details are still murky as of now, but we can piece together which direction Google is headed. The Human Presence Sensor, or HPS for short, has already appeared in multiple Chromium Gerrit entries, with Google detailing that the sensor will enable a new eye icon in the taskbar.
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