FUJITSU, the Smartphone that can recognise your eyes
Fujitsu, founded in 1935, is a Japanese company that specialises in designing computer hardware, robotics, or software. In 2006, when the company was called Fujitsu Siemens, Smartphones such as the T810 or T810 were released, equipped with the Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system. In 2013, the Japanese firm partnered with Orange to conquer more markets around the world. The release of the high-end Fujitsu ARROWS NX F-04G Smartphone in 2015 marks the culmination of the mobile phone branch of the Japanese company. ARROWS NX F-04G is the first consumer Smartphone to be equipped with an iris scanner to unlock it, thus providing additional security to the phone and its user. The Iris Passport sensor could also be used to authorise the launch of some applications, or even to make payments without contact. The module is intelligent since it learns, as and when, to detect more quickly the user’s iris. For the rest of the datasheet, there is a 5.2-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, 32 GB of internal memory and 3GB of RAM. The definition of the main sensor signed by Sony goes up to 21 megapixels. As for the software, Android Lollipop 5.0 steers the whole device. Finally, there is a TransferJet chip, a high-speed wireless transfer technology developed by Sony with very high speed transfer rates.
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