Motorola Moto X Can Now Be Unlocked Via Digital Tattoo [VIDEO]

By Prarthito
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Motorola has gained a lot of traction over the months via devices such as Moto X, Moto G and Moto E. However, it seems like a new technology awaits the users of the Moto X. And this one involves a new kind of tattoo that will unlock your phone.

According to reports, Motorola has partnered with VivaLnk to bring digital tattoos that can last on your arm for up to five days. And now with the tech in place, users can expect to unlock their phones using such a tattoo now.

 

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Motorola Moto X Can Now Be Unlocked Via Digital Tattoo [VIDEO]

The company has reportedly entered into a partnership with VivaLnk to launch the Digital Tattoo. It is basically an NFC-based skin tag thats meant to unlock your phone. The feature, however, is currently available only on the Moto X.

The tattoo itself can be put on your body and it will stay there for about five days. In fact, the tattoo should also be able to survive problems faced from sweat, showers etc. VivaLnk has currently set a price of $10 for a pack of 10 tattoos, which should be enough to last for at least 50 days.

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"It's a clever approach that might be appealing if you're fed up with PIN codes and patterns, although the back-of-a-napkin math suggests that you're paying a lot just to save a couple of seconds when checking your email," writes Endadget.

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Check the video below to understand the tech better and stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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