Face ID is one of the technologies that have a huge potential to make users’ life miserable, thanks to security issues associated with the technology. With this comes greater responsibility for smartphone manufacturers so that they can make protect their users from nasty attacks.

HMD in partnership with Sensory, a leader in speech and vision technologies wants to make sure that its smartphones with Face ID feature do not get expose to threats easily. HMD’s recently announced smartphones – Nokia 9 PureView, Nokia 4.2, Nokia 3.2 all get TrulySecure facial recognition technology from Sensory.

Featuring the latest in Sensory’s embedded AI technology, TrulySecure can identify and authenticate enrolled users in less than a second and differentiate individuals at a 99.999% accuracy rate. Boasting industry-leading on-device liveness detection and anti-spoofing algorithms, TrulySecure makes it nearly impossible for an imposter to gain access to a protected device or app.

Regarding the partnership, Todd Mozer, CEO at Sensory said, “We’re excited to be working with HMD Global to outfit the latest Nokia smartphones with powerful on-device facial recognition-based authentication. Our technology offers users an extremely convenient means of unlocking their devices and apps, while offering extreme protection against intruders.”