Developed by Fujitsu, the iris scanner can also be used to authorize mobile payments
NTT DoCoMo's Arrows NX F-04G, unveiled Wednesday in Tokyo, is being billed as the first commercialized smartphone with iris authentication technology, which can also be used to authorize mobile payments.
A screenshot from an NTT DoCoMo video shows the iris authentication feature of the new Arrows NX-F04G, announced Wednesday in Japan.
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