The World's First Antiseptic Smartphone

It's been a year since the first case of corona virus, and the epidemic has made people more aware of the importance of cleanliness.

Numerous research reports have shown that the corona virus can survive for several days on the surface of various objects, especially on smartphone screens.

Since most people now use smartphones, they also need to take care of their hygiene, and in view of this, a company called Bolet has introduced the world's first antiseptic smartphone.

The company claims that the smartphone uses a silver-charged Atom Silver Avon that reduces the spread of germs on the screen by 99.9% within 24 hours.

The Kate S42 is an entry-level device in terms of smartphone features, but apart from that, it is a tough, durable and unique phone.

By the way, it does not actively inactivate bacteria or viruses, including Novel Corona virus, but it does prevent the spread of germs and their replication.

The company claims that it reduces the number of germs on the phone screen by up to 80% in 15 minutes and 99.9% in 24 hours.

This phone is completely waterproof and you can wash it with soap. The company advises that you clean it often with soap and water and it can also be cleaned with bleach.

According to the company, the phone will be useful for people who work in hospitals or perform social services.

It is a 5.5 inch display phone that can be used with wet hands or wearing gloves.

The phone comes with a 4200 mAh battery, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage that can be expanded with an SD card.

The phone has a 13-megapixel camera on the back and an 8-megapixel camera on the front, while the Android 10 operating system is provided, which will be upgraded to Android 11.

You can also throw this phone on the concrete floor from a height of 1.8 meters.

Biomaster will use antimicrobial technology based on Silver Avon to disinfect this phone.

Priced at 229 British pounds ($306), the phone will be available to consumers in 2021.

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