Sharp phone that detects radioactivity

4 years ago

Hello luuuxers, Platforms and carriers aside, the "capacity" of a smartphone are usually very similar to each other, since there are features that ensure the most successful among users, is the camera, Internet access or the integration of functions with widgets number. Innovation is increasingly difficult, but the Sharp seems to have achieved it. The company will put the Japanese market in July, through telecoms operator Softbank, the Pantone 5, a smartphone that is presented as the first in the world capable of detecting and measuring levels of radioactivity. The bet you realize, since the Fukushima accident last year, has raised concerns over the nuclear issue. Sharp Pantone 5 includes a sensor activated by a button itself, capable of identifying the radioactivity levels in the range between 0.05 and 9.99 microsieverts per hour. The smartphone is also able to keep records of exposure levels of the sites where it was. It can be considered a useful application in certain places ...

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