Huawei’s top manager Richard Yu said that the flagship smartphone P40 Pro + will be able to measure body temperature. The entrepreneur said this at an online briefing with media representatives, the Chinese edition of MyDrivers informs.
Yu noted that the flagship would be able to perform the function of a thermometer using the main camera. A special algorithm is responsible for data obtaining and processing. The new feature will allow you to quickly get very accurate indicators, top manager noticed.
Huawei’s spokesperson said the company’s global sales division did not support the idea, while the Chinese office was insisted its introduction. Richard Yu also promised that in the near future an application will be released to collect information about the vital data and activity of the owner of the P40 Pro +. The application will be available to Chinese users first.
The flagship line of smartphones Huawei P40 was presented on March 26. In addition to the OLED display and the Kirin 990 chip with 5G support, the senior device of the series received a four lenses camera with a 3D sensor and a ceramic case. Current Huawei devices are on sale with Google services excluded. Since May 2019, the company has been on the U.S. sanctions list and, as a result, is not allowed to use YouTube, Google Play and other programs of the American corporation in their phones. In March, it became known that, in addition to its own application store, Huawei is testing a search service.