If that iris scanning uses the same tech as the one I saw in a video about the latest eye scanning tech for mobile phone then it will be one of the coolest and most awesome gadget around. Nighttime scanning wouldn't be an issue at all! That's just futuristic stuff right there if it is.
they put everything they could into it,maybe we won't see that out of japan.
AnonD-407072, 16 Jun 2015i actualy a loyal fujitsu phone user. so i would like to share.
fujitsu its a major player... moreIndeed Fujitsu is an innovative company. I am following them for almost 8 years.
It is sad they are using the SD810 CPU for this beast.
Now those are some killer specs, except for that heat missile called the Snapdragon 810.
try doing that iris scan when at night. is the same useless crap as facial recognition
Anonymous, 16 Jun 2015What a surprise from sneaky Japan. That's how I like genius Japanese, sometimes. I didn't see ... moreIf I want to unlock my phone in a dark room in night time ; it will work? I'm not so sure...
AnonD-335213, 16 Jun 2015INDEED! In this latest iteration by Fujitsu, I as an avid fan must admit that Samsung should t... moreI believe samsung is not worried , since fujitsu never sale their mobile phone outside japan area .
i actualy a loyal fujitsu phone user. so i would like to share.
fujitsu its a major player in japan mobile phone industry, but yes they didnt sell their phone outside japan .
Actualy feature and hardware wise japan is more likely advance than other .
Lets say :
My old phone (the age of colorless phone) is already able to make payment all over japan . We use our mobile phone to buy groceries , buy train ticket , even vending machine . Our phone act as your ID card as well .
Water resistant phone is been there like forever , even before the hype of ios and android
Same like fingerprint security for phone , local phone brand already have it even before iphone 4 is announced .
And mostly the material is so good , that my fujitsu f06e from around 2/3 years ago with heavy usage ,still on very good condition without phone cases .
Oh and fujitsu phone is all made in japan .
What a surprise from sneaky Japan. That's how I like genius Japanese, sometimes. I didn't see it coming. LG, Samsung, Apple, and Microsoft must have not seen this tech bomb coming, too. Especially not from a non-market leader neither in smartphones nor, in particular, in Android. It appears Fujitsu just couldn't wait much longer to inherit that firsts-award or that pioneer-recognition. They perhaps needed to surprise major smartphone players. This new tech could be the big smartphone makers' cue that tech has, yet again, just been shook. In other news, LG promised their next flagship, G5, to skip fingerprint scanner for iris scanner
max, 16 Jun 2015Check this video and tell me if they look like idiots:watch?v=3LLTTC5KhwYThanks for sharing. The demo with the twins is a good idea. Nice tech.
i thought vivo x5 pro has iris recognition 1st?
Another fantastic phone ruined by
Snapdragon 810 SoC.
AnonD-135930, 16 Jun 2015Wasn't ZTE Blade S3 the first to have this feature???ZTE Grand S3 has a retina scanning technology,not a iris scanner.Things are a little different between those two.ZTE use it's 8mpx front camera to scan blood vessels of the retina while Fujitsu use a different IR camera and IR LED module to scan individuals iris patterns.
Anonymous, 16 Jun 2015I'm still wary of the 810 SoC.yah, they should have tied-up with Samsung for this, so that they, would have been able to used the Exynos chipset to be able to produce an ultimately perfect Smartphone!
Nj, 16 Jun 2015TBH, Specs wise it looks perfect INDEED! In this latest iteration by Fujitsu, I as an avid fan must admit that Samsung should truly be threatened by this product!, and must need to do an immediate solution to forthwith counteract this latest techno bomb from Japan!
Wasn't ZTE Blade S3 the first to have this feature???
1.) there's probably no way to tell if it's a real iris or just a photo
2.) using this kind of technology to lock very sensitive/controversial data is a good way to have someone cut your eye out (or lock yourself out of your data if something happens to your eyes)
Can we stop it with the biometrics nonsense already? Can we PLEASE just stop it?
so DNA testing next , then they know everything about us.
Nj, 16 Jun 2015TBH, Specs wise it looks perfect I'm still wary of the 810 SoC.