Send odors via email or text message with oPhone

On March 22, 2014, in Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

With development of technology we can send almost any information via internet, and since we’re talking about sending information, today we give you a device that will allow you to send odors over the internet.


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This is not the mythical G2 as in T-Mobile’s G1 successor. This is G2 as in the second Google Android phone to hit the market. Kogan’s Agora and Agora Pro run Android and are set to ship at the end of this month.

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This was under much speculation about a month ago but it isn’t anymore. It’s called the OPhone, strange but it is simply China’s version of an open mobile system, in other words – chinese version of the Google Android. If you remember, yes it was China Mobile’s decision not to bring the Google Android G1 to China but develop its own.

The OPhone’s Android platform will have added support and apps for TD-SCDMA which is China’s own home grown 3G network. In addition to this, the OPhone will feature a 5.0-megapixel camera, microSD card slot, touchscreen display and bluetooth connectivity, not entirely sure whether it will be equipped with WiFi at this point.

Pricing has not yet been announced.

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