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Chinese smartphone giant Huawei this week announced a new phone with built-in sensors that can take a person’s temperature. The Honor Play 4 Pro has a sensor built into the phone’s rear camera array, and can take the temperature of humans and objects alike. The infrared tech can measure temperatures ranging up to 212 degrees Fahrenheit all the way down to -4 degrees.
In a video posted to its Weibo social media page, Huawei demonstrated how the phone works on a person, pointing the sensor at their forehead for several seconds until it delivered a reading.
The heat-seeking phone will only be available in China, and will retail for $420.
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