No need to buy test kits for the Coronavirus test! Forget google, Huawei launches Honor Play 4 with in-built temperature sensor

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The new Huawei Honor Play 4 Pro has an IR sensor can detect temperatures from 20°C all the way up to 100°C

Huawei is going through a difficult string of weeks. This is mainly because of the reason that the US sanction cut its silicon supply chain to many companies. Currently, the UK government is revising a decision that may allow Chinese firms to roll in its 5G plans. The company’s reliance on the Chinese market is causing problems for smartphone industries. However, all of these problems due to the supply chain issues in the ongoing market of a pandemic.

The company saw surprising growth and success in its bests days. Some time into the industry the company looked like overthrowing Samsung at the top of the sales charts. Huawei toppled Apple last year and grabbed the number-two slot while holding on to the odds against sales. However, the problems started in 2020 because China banned Google in their country. This meant that all of the smartphones made by the company will not have Google products.

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Forget Google: Huawei Honor Play 4 Pro can detect COVID-19

The company is finally coming back with a bang! The brand new Honor Play 4 Pro may not have Google but it has something better. The smartphone packs in an inbuilt infrared temperature sensor which helps check your temperature. This feature will act as the first step for COVID-19 detection.

The IR sensor can detect temperatures from 20°C (-4°F) all the way up to 100°C (212°F), and is simple to use. There are now numerous options being deployed to sample temperatures as the world eases out of lockdown and returns to work, school, and leisure.

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This is the first developed for the mass market, though, and raises the interesting prospect of people checking themselves before they leave the house as a matter of routine, rather like a quick look in a hallway mirror.

This feature is more than enough to help boost international sales of the phone. Let us know what you think of this in the comments section below! Also, don’t forget to join us on our Telegram Channel for more such latest updates and discussions.

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