The first smartphone to integrate eye sensing technology has just been launched in Japan as the Arrows NX F-04G is now available. NTT DoCoMo just launched the handset that is expected to change the way smartphone security will be in the coming years debuted in the Japanese market at the equivalent of $750 for the full purchase price.
The NTT DoCoMo NX F-04G features Iris Passport which allows users to lock and unlock their smartphone with only a quick stare. After the phone is set up using the quick user interface, it will only take a half a second to securely lock/unlock your handset.
Iris Passport is so advanced it can be used in the same manner of any website that requires password authentication and even mobile payment options. The technology is so specific it can differentiate between twins, and offers secondary security measures such as password protection seen in standard smartphones.
The NX F-04G sports premium specs aside form eye sensing technology including advance LTE with download speeds that can reach up to 225 Mbps. Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC, and Micro USB are all built right-in.
The Fujitsu NX F-04G sports a 5.2” display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560, Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB RAM, 3120 mAh battery, and a 21MP rear camera. You’ll have plenty of onboard memory with 32GB expandable via a Micro SD card slot.
As of right now, there’s been no official announcement if the handset will be available in markets outside of Japan, but hopefully if consumer interest peaks it’ll only be a matter of time. You can purchase the Fujitsu Arrows NX F-046 through NTT DoCoMo via the exclusive source link below.
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