The Changhong H2 is an 8-core mobile phone with an extra big 6-inch display and integrated spectrometer. These Spectrometers function by releasing a beat of near-infrared light that triggers materials in an item to resonate. From the returned light, the specific material structure of an object can be acquired. The company first launched similar tech in 2014, which it wants to release in the form of a portable named the Scio at some point in 2017.
The H2 is basically the same thing but incorporated in a mobile phone. The gadget may also kick off this year, however, current information on exact supply and rates have not been declared. Irrespective, it almost feels as though the concept of the tricorder from Star Trek is ever near to realism.
There are many different uses for this technological innovation. Sports athletes could use it to examine themselves to determine body fat proportion, while nutrition concerned people could use it to check for the dietary content in food. Even another strong use could be to examine objects to confirm legitimacy — preventing you from buying a scam.