Honor with the announced of V10, presented also its own version of Animoji which is able to “read” the features of a user’s face and act as a biometric security tool. This achieved with the Face ID sensors, an IR camera and a VCSEL (Vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser).
The new, emojis system that replicate the user’s face moves first appeared on the iPhone X. Honor, however, presented a new collection of Animojis, noting that her own is “better” because reading more facial expressions and can even copy moves. For example, Face ID’s Animojis will not recognize a user’s language if he extends it out of his mouth, but they can emulate those of Honor.