Security plays a big part in phone design and specification, and ZTE have taken it up a notch with an eye scanner in the new ZTE Grand S3.
Eye scanners have been rumoured before in smartphones but until today no company had actually gone ahead and used one. The new ZTE Grand S3 uses EyeVerify to scan your eye with the front facing camera for an additional level of protection for your personal data.
The rest of the phone all look positively flagship too, with a Snapdragon 801 processor, FHD 5.5-inch display 3GB RAM, 8 mega-pixel front camera and 16 mega-pixel rear sensor.
Currently the ZTE Grand S3 will go on sale in China only but will hopefully see an international launch at below $500 in the near future.