The material-sensing smartphone that can tell you if your Viagra is FAKE: Changhong's new H2 phone analyzes molecular properties

Mail Online | 1/5/2017 | Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com In Las Vegas
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Changhong has unveiled a new smartphone that can read the sweetness of fruit, detect alcohol in a drink, and even distinguish between real and fake pills.

The H2 handheld is equipped with SCiO material sensing technology that can analyse the properties of everything from food to body metrics.

CES - Las - Vegas - Breakthrough - Design

Revealed at CES in Las Vegas, the breakthrough design can give you insight on a product’s underlying chemical composition almost instantly – but, they haven’t yet said how much it will cost.

According to Changhong, the H2 is the world’s first material sensing smartphone.

Device - SCiO - Spectrometer - Ability - Property

The device incorporates SCiO’s tiny near-infrared spectrometer, giving it the ability to read molecular property.

Not only could this help people to choose the best fruit in the grocery store or stick to a particular diet, but it could also be used to determine the authenticity of more sensitive products.

Demonstration - CES - Hagai - Heshes - Consumer

In a demonstration at CES, Hagai Heshes of Consumer Physics showed Dailymail.com just how it works, using the example of Viagra and an identical imitation pill.

To analyze the materials, Heshes pressed the phone...
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