Want to unlock the ZTE Grand S3? Just let the handset’s front-facing camera scan the veins in both eyes. ZTE and EyeVerify have teamed up to offer the Eyeprint ID feature on the Grand S3. The scan could be used in the future to verify mobile payments and for other applications. As it turns out, everyone has a unique pattern of veins in their eyes.
The ZTE Grand S3 was unveiled Sunday at MWC after being launched domestically in China on January 17th. It’s already won an IF Design Award 2015 for ZTE’s ‘minimalist design philosophy’. ZTE does plan on using the Eyeprint ID on other models. The feature is considered to be more secure than a fingerprint scanner since both eyes are scanned.
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