Staring match: Galaxy Note 7 locks eyes on tougher security

The iris may be the perfect part of the body for biometric authentication. It doesn’t age. It isn’t exposed to the elements, and it’s 100 percent unique. Samsung is the latest mobile device manufacturer to leverage these benefits by including a near-infrared camera in its upcoming Galaxy Note 7 “phablet.” This camera will allow the device to scan and capture the owners iris and use it, rather than a fingerprint, for authentication.

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