Worn on the stomach, the DFree predicts the timing of bowel movements by using an ultrasonic sensor to scan activity in the bowels. Data is sent via Bluetooth to a mobile phone app.
NEC mobile phone design targeted towards a younger female Japanese audience. A soft smooth pebble-like form is encased in a high gloss fully transparent acrylic rectilinear exterior. The combination of the two simple forms gives an almost floating appearance to the phone. In a closed state the flip-type phone glows subtly to alert the user of an incoming call. When open the phone has a matt rubber button interface opposite a screen with mirror finish.
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Sony Mobile acknowledges that some people like to point the camera at themselves more than at something in front of them, and so it’s come up with the Xperia C5 Ultra phablet (a cross between a phone and tablet), which has 13 megapixel cameras on both its front and back. Both cameras have Exmor RS sensors, soft-light flashes, HDR options and stabilization technology, but the front camera has an added function that’s particularly useful for the selfie — a 22-mm wide-angle lens.
Aimed at kids — or even adults who love all things kawaii (cute) — the Hello Kitty Figurine KT-01 smartphone, created by Japanese startup Ola, is just as the name suggests: a cute palm-sized figurine that flips open to become a mobile phone.