The Samsung Galaxy S5, before it was released, did experience a fair number of rumors, where one of them actually involves a built-in eye scanner. Well, the Galaxy S5 came and went, and there was no eye scanner integrated within. Having said that, here we are with the newly revealed ZTE Grand S3 that will boast of an actual eye scanner – now how about that for a feature in a flagship smartphone that cannot be found in majority of other handsets?
This is the most recent flagship device from ZTE, and the Grand S3 will also come with a 16MP shooter at the back, where there will be an 8MP camera in front, as well as 3GB RAM and a generous 5.5” display. First set to be launched over in China, it ought to retail for less than $500 (after conversion, of course), unlocked, before it makes its way to other markets later in the year.
The ZTE Grand S3 will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with a Full HD display, which would mean it loses out to other new flagships in terms of hardware, but the ace up its sleeve would be its partnership with EyeVerify that results in the handset’s ability to scan your eyeball with the phone’s camera, delivering an additional layer of biometric security for your device.