Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 7 at its ‘Unpacked’ event in New York City Tuesday.
The Galaxy Note 7 will come with an iris scanner, which matches patterns in your eyes. It offers an alternative to fingerprint ID, which doesn’t work well when fingers are wet or cold.
Samsung isn’t the first to offer the new technology, as Microsoft’s Lumia 950 phones had the feature, according to The Associated Press.
The Galaxy Note 7 stays at 5.7 inches and will have curved edges — a well-liked feature limited to a special ‘Edge’ model before. The Galaxy Note 7 also boasts of a stronger glass screen and more storage — 64 gigabytes, plus a slot to add more.
The Note 7 will be available in the U.S. starting August 19. Prices haven’t been announced.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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