Japanese mobile provider, NTT Docomo,will be releasing their smart phone this summer, with a built-in iris scanner. The Fujitsu Arrows NX F-04G uses iris recognition to replace phone passwords, and can even be used to send payments when shopping from your smartphone. The device uses a front-facing infrared camera and an infrared LED light to illuminate the user’s eyes, verifying their unique iris pattern. Besides biometrics, the Android device runs Lollipop 5.0, has 32 GB of storage, 3 GB RAM, and a 5.2-inch QHD display. Unfortunately, the Arrows NX F-04G will only be released to Japan. China also has an iris-scanning smartphone with the Vivo X5 Pro, which launched yesterday. Other companies like Samsung are reportedly working on iris-detecting smartphones, but we’re unlikely to see anything no time soon.