2015 promises to proceed where the previous fiscal year stoppeded, which will with any luck see a few of the globe’s greatest companies introduce a range of highly ingenious equipment that will certainly not only delight us as consumers, but also make our everyday lives easier. 2014 was everything about the intro of intelligent wearable devices, in addition to blending biometric detection with existing consumer tech, which tries to not just continue yet likewise significantly continue this year if this marketing video clip for the ViewSonic V55 mobile phone is anything to go by.
Apple was the first business to bring biometric mobile phone unlocking to the mainstream market. The intro of the iPhone 5s at the back-end of 2013 included the powerful Touch ID finger print scanner allowing for individual verification with an easy finger grip. As you might envision, lots of contending business complied with Apple’s lead in 2014, launching devices of their very own having fingerprint recognition technology. With that said in mind, this outstanding advertising video for the ViewSonic V55 could actually be the initial intro of the initial mobile phone to hit the marketplace with an exceptionally powerful iris scanner constructed into it.
The ViewSonic equipment was initially offered a 2014 launch date, which has actually subsequently been pressed back to “early 2015“. Who knows, possibly we’ll see the V55 and the Apple Watch attacking the market together. Stranger points have actually indeed occurred.
The advertising video clip does a good task of providing us an initial take a look at the effective mobile phone, featuring a 13-megapixel Sony-made back cam and a purported 5.5-inch 1080p screen, but it likewise introduces us to an iris spotting scanner concealed by a moving panel on the rear of the device.
ViewSonic has made it clear that the iris scanner on the V55 might be used for way greater than basic authentication to give accessibility to the phone and its components. If ViewSonic, or a competing firm, does handle to develop this type of technology right into a commercially readily available mobile phone then maybe one of the most secure device of its type on the market.
We’ve all found out from our favorite science fiction films that eyeballs are a lot more challenging to reproduce and copy than a simple fingerprint, providing cyber crooks might have a very lessened chance of gaining malicious access to the mobile phone.
If very early 2015 does present an iris scanning capable phone with a 1080p display screen, 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.4 GHz cpu, 2GB of RAM, and adequate inner storage space, would certainly you be around it or offer it the vast berth for even more commercially successful devices like the iPhone or Samsung Galaxy S series?
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