LG's G6 phone may be almost entirely screen, but the flagship handset isn't without its share of sensors to keep your personal data secure.
A contactless form of biometric security, 3D facial scanning would allow G6 owners to unlock their phone with a full-face scan rather than a fingerprint or passcode.
The feature is reported to arrive on the handset as early as this June, alongside the debut of LG Pay — LG's take on the likes of Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, which has the chance to end up as the first to offer 3D facial recognition on a mobile payment service.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S8 also has similar features, in addition to an iris and fingerprint scanner. However, the facial recognition tech appears to not be three-dimensional and can't be used to authenticate a user's Samsung Pay information, according to Ars Technica.