New smartphone can scan food for calories and more

Along with their partners in China and US, Israel’s consumer physics has developed a smartphone which can be used to scan food items for obtaining details such as calories and much more.

The phone, which is named Changhong H2, will be unveiled this week at the 2017 Consumer Electronics show by the Israeli company and Sichuan Changhong Electric Co.

Apart from food, the phone can also be used to scan pharmaceuticals and plants and is bound to be a revolution.

“The Changhong H2 is a remarkable device with unique capabilities that we are excited to add to our growing portfolio of connected and IoT-enabled devices. Along with ADI and Consumer Physics, we look forward to bringing the Changhong H2 to the world and inspiring curious thinkers around the world to explore their surroundings in a new and revolutionary way.” said Jin Li, president, Sichuan Changhong Electronics Holding Group Co., Ltd.

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