Fujitsu Arrows NX F-04G With Iris Recognition (How It Works)

Have you ever heard of Iris recognition? It is a kind of biometric authorization that makes use of the pattern your iris. Quite like a finger print but everyone's iris is special. It was supposed to be available for mobile device by 2016 but now it leaked out to be Fujitsu to be the first phone with iris recognition now. It is Arrows NX F-04G.

Fujitsu calls this function "the Iris Passport", as it permits you to unlock the phone or login to various websites by just looking at it. This is the best part of the phone. If you wonder how the iris recognition actually work. You can check out below.

The Arrows NX F-04G running on the Android 5.0 Lollipop system is powered by a Snapdragon 810 SoC with an octa-core Central Processing Unit, Adreno 430 GPU, and also 3GB of RAM in addition to 32GB of expanding interior memory. It is likewise matched with a 5.2-inch 1440x2560 IPS screen, as well as crams in a 3,120 mAh battery.

The Arrows NX F-04G is on online sales now in Fujitsu's store Japan, where it sets you back around US$ 750. No other country has this phone in store yet.

How Iris Recognition Works

Physically you need to stand in front of the scanner, for phone it is camera, usually it is about 3 to 10 inches between your eyes and the scanner. You need to make sure that you are in the correct position. The camera will take the picture then analyse your eyes on different parts including the center and edge of the pupil, the edge of the iris, the eyelids and eyelashes.

Quality of the Iris Recognition Scan

Right now we are using finger print where the error rate is at 1 in 50,000. It means that you can't unlock your phone with finger print 1 out of 500,000 attempts. It sounds good enough but not really for iris recognition. For iris recognition the error rate is 1 in 15,00,000. It is far better than the finger print.
Video about Iris Recognition



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