Chinese smartphone maker Nubia has released a new model using EyeVerify's eye-scanning tech to authenticate users.ZTE, the parent firm of Nubia before the latter announced financial autonomy in June, has jointly worked with EyeVerify on various projects.”Our users can use eye-scan to unlock their phone or encrypt applications,” said Ni Fei, senior vice-president of Nubia Technology. “The technology brings maximum protection of user's privacy as well as creates a new interactive experience.”In March, ZTE's Grand S3 was launched featuring Eyeverify's Eyeprint ID solution.