Few days back, Chinese handset manufacturer Vivo arrived with its flagship handset the Vivo X5 Pro which has got some many interesting features one of them being the eye recognition technology or we can say the iris scanner that comes built-in in the front-camera. Thus we the iris scanner, the users can sign in apps, unlock the handset and even close an online transaction. The NTT Docomo in Japan is soon to launch its Fujitsu Arrows NX-F04G wherein the device would be using a front-facing camera having an infrared LED light in order to illuminate your eyes. Since every person has a unique iris pattern, the authencity will be much more enhanced.
In addition to the iris scanner, the device is expected to have a 5.2inch display screen with a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution offering a pixel density of 565ppi. The Fujitsu handset is said to include a 3GB of RAM memory with 32GB of internal storage. But the handset will only be available in Japan.
Check out the video below to know about this.
Here is the video which shows how the eye recognition technology works similar to the one in Vivo X5 Pro