Softbank presents world's first phone with built in radiation detector
Softbank Corp. unvails the Sharp Pantone 5 107SH, an Android smartphone with a feature of a radiation detector. It is the first mobile phone with built in radiation dectector on Tuesday May 29th, 2012 in Tokyo, Japan. It is expected to be popular with Japanese still concerned about radiation leaking from 2011's Fukushima nuclear disaster. The phone to be carried by Softbank, Japan's third largest mobile service provider also features a 4MP camera and comes in 8 colors. (Photo by AFLO)
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