Smartphone Features an Infrared Temperature Sensor
By Eskanisa R
23 June 2020
This infrared sensor has ability to measure temperature up to 100 degrees Celsius.
Photo source: Weibo
Honor, smartphone vendor from China released a new breakthrough amidst epidemic COVID-19. To help users prevent spread the virus, Honor completed their latest series Honor Play 4 Pro with an infrared temperature sensor.
Using an infrared sensor or IR, Honor Play 4 Pro has ability to measure body temperature from -20 to 100 degrees Celsius. In spite of the fact that the accuracy is not as maximum as a thermal scanner, temperature checking using this IR feature help users to indicate early warning signs of diseases (fever).
Users are simply open the default application to check their body temperature. Put the phone in front of the forehead or wrist to check the temperature. The results are automatically displayed real-time (based on time of measurement). The phone with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage also equipped with qualified specifications including Kirin 990 chipset, 5G connectivity, Android 10 system, 4,200 mAh battery and 1080 x 2400 pixel IPS LCD. Sad to say, until now, we still do not whether Honor Play 4 Pro will be marketed