The Honor FlyPods Pro was announced alongside the Honor Magic 2 back in October. The wireless earbuds what share the exactly design with the Huawei FreeBuds 2 packs interesting attributes including one that will allow you use your voice to unlock your phone and make payments.
The feature is called Bone ID and it uses bone conduction tech to match the pattern of the voice of the user. Apparently, each person has a unique bone sound pattern and with Bone ID, owners could easily use their voice to unlock their smartphone or authorize payment transactions just as you would do with Touch ID or Face ID.
The feature wasn’t out there straight out of the box however a new update rolling out to the Honor Magic 2 activates the feature. The improve brings the phone’s variant to B150 which brings the function to the smartphone thus allowing owners to set up Bone ID on their gadget. The Bone ID settings could be found under Security and Privacy under the main settings. All you have to do is follow the instructions.
After done, you will be able to unlock the smartphone by saying “Hello YOYO”. YOYO is the voice assistant for the Magic 2 and it is Furthermore in the world on the FlyPods Pro. You will also be able to use Bone ID to deliver payments on WeChat and AliPay.
The Honor FlyPods Pro is in the world on GizTop for $179.99 and ships in Charm Red and Lily of the Valley White.