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Fujitsu demos iris scanner that unlocks smartphones

A prototype smartphone can be unlocked in less than a second with just a glance

  • Fujitsu has developed a smartphone with an iris scanner that can authenticate users in less than a second. On display at Mobile World Congress this week, the prototype is the first of its kind for a smartphone, according to the company. The iris scanner makes it easier to unlock a phone than using one’s hands. It recognizes the patterns that are unique to each person's iris, the colored area around the pupil, and can work even if you are using glasses or contact lenses.

  • Fujitsu has developed a smartphone with an iris scanner that can authenticate users in less than a second. On display at Mobile World Congress this week, the prototype is the first of its kind for a smartphone, according to the company. The iris scanner makes it easier to unlock a phone than using one’s hands. It recognizes the patterns that are unique to each person's iris, the colored area around the pupil, and can work even if you are using glasses or contact lenses.

  • Fujitsu has developed a smartphone with an iris scanner that can authenticate users in less than a second. On display at Mobile World Congress this week, the prototype is the first of its kind for a smartphone, according to the company. The iris scanner makes it easier to unlock a phone than using one’s hands. It recognizes the patterns that are unique to each person's iris, the colored area around the pupil, and can work even if you are using glasses or contact lenses.

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