From Fujitsu: the world’s first phone with an iris recognition scanner

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At first hearing of the the brand name Fujitsu, what comes to mind are those old TV sets and VCR players. It’s good to learn that they also make mobile phones. Fujitsu has become the first company to make a mobile phone with an iris scanner.

Fujitsu Iris scanner

The phone with model name – ARROWS NX F-04G possesses an iris scanner, called Iris Passport. After initial setup, by just looking at the phone, in the split of a second your phone is unlocked.

Iris Passport is a very intelligent service; it learns more about your eye patterns with consistent usage, and it was claimed to be able to distinguish differences even in the eyes of twins trying to unlock the same device. The service can work with any application that requires a password or for payment authentication.

Here are other specs of the device:

  • Android 5.0 Lollipop.
  • 5.2-inch 1440 x 2560 IPS display.
  • Octa-core Snapdragon 810.
  • 3 GB of RAM, with 32 GB expandable memory.
  • 4G LTE support.
  • 21 MP Sony lens camera.
  • 3120 mAh battery.

The Fujitsu ARROWS NX F-04G is currently only available in Japan for about $750.


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