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Fero Mobile launches iris scanner Smartphone in Kenya

The new device will retail exclusively at Jumia Online retailer Kenya from Monday at Sh8,999.

NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 28 – Mobile brand Fero Technologies has launched its latest device in the Kenyan market dubbed Fero Iris.

The mobile device comes with a unique security feature that allows users to unlock their screens using their eyes

The device also comes with a 5-inch HD display with a 1 GB RAM, powered by a 2500mAh battery.

“This new technology provides unrivaled convenience to users and allows them to interact with their devices even in the extreme conditions,” says Fero Technology East Africa Director Vishal Bhargava.

Bhargava says Kenya is an important market for the firm and plans are underway to heavily invest in the country in the next six months.

He noted that the Kenyan smartphone market has continued to experience substantial growth as a result of a strong economic climate and increasing internet and mobile connectivity.

The new device will retail exclusively at Jumia Online retailer Kenya from Monday at Sh8,999.

Bhrgava noted that with these innovations, Fero Mobile is aiming to increasing productivity among users and give them a new experience.

“Fero Mobile’s development strategy is driven by a blend of technological innovation, consumer upgrade cycles and our business and marketing needs,” he explained

“The smartphone market is saturated with new advanced features every day. This demands for smart and fresh ideas for predecessors of each phone.”

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According to International Data Corporation (IDC), global smartphone sales went up by 2.3 per cent to 1.47 billion units in 2016 leading to the smartphone industry tapping into advanced technologies and innovations for emerging smartphones.

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