Animoji, Apple’s own animated emoji are possible only with the iPhone X and its TrueDepth camera. Even the latest iPhone 8 and 8 Plus don’t have them.
The iPhone X launched with a dozen Animoji and Apple is set to introduce more with the impending iOS 11.3 release.
Animoji can match your facial expressions and head movements effortlessly.
Aside from sending weird messages to your friends and family via iMessages, there’s also another perfect use case: karaoke.
There’s actually a 10 second limit to Animoji recordings, however, iOS 11’s screen recording feature is a clever workaround to record entire songs.
I don’t know about you, but a rabbit, pig, dog, cat, fox, chicken lip-syncing to Bohemian Rhapsody sounds like a riot!
Closer to home, looks like one of Malaysia’s artistes have come up with his very own Animoji Karaoke video. Entitled “Jangan” the track was written and produced by The Faithmen and Romeo, performed by Aziz Harun. This is possibly the first official Animoji Karaoke video from Malaysia.
Check the video out here:
Shot on iPhone X, obviously. Enjoy!