Cheese-tastic accompanies World’s first washable smartphone”
Now there’s a smartphone you can wash with soap and water!It’s common knowledge that your computer keyboard can be home to as many germs as a toilet bowl. But while our the average keyboard spends its days in a home or office environment, our smartphones—whose input technology is based entirely around physical contact—are with us pretty much wherever we go. On the bus or train to work, waiting for your order at Starbucks, sitting on the toilet (don’t lie, you know you’ve done it.
Our smartphones are constantly in our hands, and those same hands touch a lot of dirty stuff during a typical day.
So wouldn’t it be handy if you could wash your phone with soap and water, just like you would your filthy, germ-ridden mitts? Japanese tech company Kyocera‘s new phone, the awkwardly named Digno Rafre, lets you do just that, and it’s available to buy now from Japanese mobile provider AU.
But just how soapy water can the Digno Rafre handle? Check out this demonstration video and see for yourselves:
Digital Trends reports that the Digno Rafre is comes with Android 5.1 installed, measures 10.1 mm thick (so a fair bit more than the iPhone 6 at 6.8mm) and has a five-inch, 720p display as well as a 13-megapixel camera.
This invention is now sent percent likable and it will go more viral because of its uniqueness.
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