Nokia puts radar on their phones, at the moment of testing

The Nokia Research Center (NRC) that the brand has in Finland does not stop bearing fruit, although they are most strange and still not very meaningful for the consumer.

The last thing that comes to us from Finland is a demo of a Nokia phone acting as radar. In the video we can see it in operation demonstrating its use to control the volume by gestures or measure object speeds.

To function, the phone uses electromagnetic waves to become a sensor. On the uses that a consumer can give to this application or functionality, we find the gestural controls of the terminal as well as sports or personal security uses.

More information | Nokia.

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