5 Phones With Weird Features
Whether it is a big screen or more storage or types of specifications, on the whole, it is pretty much the same sort of features that you happen to find in smartphones these days. However, there are some devices which stand out in the crowd with its unique features. Let us take a look.
Apparently this phone has a “see-through vision”. By using a near-infrared spectrometer, the H2 phone can verify your body fat percentage, the authenticity of your medicine, your BMI, etc. It can perform these tasks by throwing a special light onto the surface of objects and the molecules from these objects send back light in various ways and fetches information to a database cloud where it is analysed and processed. The company has teamed up with Chinese Phone manufacturer Changhong to get the sensors fully incorporated. The sensor can be found at the rear side of the H2 handset and the phone is preloaded with apps that could inspect a lot of different things.
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro
The phone is integrated with Google’s Tango augmented-reality software and a depth-sensing 3D camera system. Google has been working on Tango for years; to measure distances in 3D space, measure out indoor areas, creating a virtual and an augmented reality where virtual objects can fly into the real world. This could be the future where smartphone cameras are headed.
Lenevo Phab 2 Pro is the world’s first available Tango phone. The smartphone comes in three models; all of them with huge 6.4-inch screens. The phone features a wide-angle camera with infrared depth sensing and motion tracking. With a Quad HD-resolution display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor and 4GB of RAM, the new Tango device becomes a unique choice.
Motorola Moto Z series
The assortment of magnetic pins at the back makes the Motorola Moto Z series unique. With that as an option, you can snap on different modular accessories like a portable speaker or a power pack, to enhance the phone’s functions. Your phone will no longer be limited to customisation. You can add up say a meatier battery to breathe really long or turn it into a video projector for an unplanned movie night with friends. Although it sounds simple, buying these separate mods could burn a hole in your pocket. But if you are a gizmo freak, Motorola’s whole new magnetic take on will lure you for sure. Quirky features aside, the Moto Z is a powerful device running on Android 6.0.1 with 5.50-inch display, 64GB of storage, 4GB RAM powered by 1.8GHz quad-core.
The smartphone is IP68 certified and can easily survive a 6 feet drop under water or a fall onto the concrete, making it the best waterproof phone in the current market. Apart from its tough exterior, it has a Flir thermal imaging camera. It is placed above the phone’s 13MP primary camera and allows owners to visualize the temperature of objects. It takes 10-15 seconds for the Flir camera app to launch on S60. The app offers nine filters which help make certain temperatures more visible than others. With a 4.7 inch display, Cat S60 settles at Qualcomm MSM8952 Snapdragon 617, 3GB RAM, 32GB of storage and runs on Android 6.0.
Alcatel OneTouch Idol 4S
The OneTouch Idol 4S brings in a handy feature which allows you to use the UI upside-down as well as right-side up, letting you navigate through the OS whichever way you hold it. Along with this, there is a Boom key on your home screen which will deliver you with an augmented experience. It produces an intense parallax UI effect for the launcher and a beautiful live weather display as part of the home screen. The boom key also quickly takes photos on standby mode; pressing and holding down the button takes the camera into burst mode to shoot in quick succession. It sports a 5.5 inch Quad HD AMOLED display, 3GB of RAM, a 3000mAh battery and 32GB of storage. The phone is powered by Qualcomm MSM8976 Snapdragon 652 and runs on Android 6.0.1.
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by techtalks @TechTalks February 21, 2017 12:22 PM UTC