Friday, April 28, 2017
Does anyone really need a phone that can tell what you’re eating?
It’s obvious that the craziest, most daring, most innovative smartphone manufacturers aren’t in South Korea or California, but in China, where they toil away in relative obscurity. Chinese manufacturers are risk takers, and they’re prepared to try things that their larger rivals wouldn’t dare. Where am I going with this? Well, earlier today, I stumbled upon the ChangHong H2, and my jaw dropped. Just watch the video above, and you’ll see what I mean. In short, the ChangHong H2 is a phone with its own integrated spectrometer, allowing it to identify the composition of objects. It’s a bit like a…
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