Pantech announced the Vega Secret Note back in October and more recently, it looks like they have unveiled the next device in the Secret family. This one didn't bring the stylus, however it did keep the fingerprint sensor on the back. The handset is the Vega Secret Up and it has a 5.6-inch display and Qualcomm processor.
Samsung has recently been spotted trying to patent an iris recognition system for use in a future smartphone. It is, however, hardly alone in the idea or implementation, as demonstrated by this Kansas City-based company called EyeVerify who believes that the eye can be the window not only to the soul but to your mobile device as well.
One max. Similar to what we saw following the Apple launch, some began questioning what HTC was doing with the data.