In China, announced a smartphone that can detect hidden cameras

  • Chinese electronics maker Hisense has announced the Hisense F40 smartphone, which is equipped with the detection function of any infrared camera, even if it is hidden.

    In addition to photos of the device and a story about unusual camera modules, no other details were reported.
    Hisense F40 has been certified by TENAA China Center. The smartphone is equipped with a 6.617-inch display with a resolution of 720 pixels. The phone measures 166.3 76.5 9.19 mm and weighs just 170 g.

    Hisense F40 is equipped with a 5000 mAh battery (4850 mAh according to TENAA). The device runs on an unnamed processor with a clock frequency of 2.0 GHz. The site reports about 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory, but most likely there will be other memory options.
    The model stands out the ability of the camera to detect any infrared cameras nearby. The smartphone’s camera consists of a combination of 13MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP, all of them are located in the upper left corner vertically. While three sensors are in the same module, a fourth sensor is located under the infrared detector.
    Hisense F40 will be available in Polar Night Black and Star Blue. Hisense has not yet officially announced prices and the start date of sales.
    Add. at the same event, Hisense presented the new King Kong 6 smartphone, the main feature of which was a battery with an impressive capacity of 10,010 mAh. They assure that it is enough for 5 days of work.
    Earlier, HB reported that the Chinese company Hisense introduced the Hisense A5 smartphone, which is equipped with an e-paper-based E-Ink screen. The manufacturer promises that Hisense A5 with such a screen is able to withstand a record 10 days of battery life.

    Hisense A5 is equipped with a 5.84-inch screen with a resolution of 1440 * 720. Black-and-white screens with E-Ink technology do not have blue light emission. For night use, a “soft” adjustable backlight with 2048 levels is used. Unlike modern smartphones, the use of such a screen outdoors does not cause stress for the eyes.

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