LG launches such a phone that the mosquito will not roam around you

LG launches such a phone that the mosquito will not roam around you

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It boasts the removal of mosquitoes with ultrasonic waves, but the scientists are skeptical.

LG has launched a new smartphone, LG K7i, which the company says is to remove mosquitoes using ultrasonic waves. The company claims that the device resolves a real concern in the target market-India-but many scientists say that the underlying technique is not, in fact, retrograde mosquitoes.

Mosquitoes are a nuisance in some parts of India, and in some cases they take diseases like dengue fever and chikungunya virus, which have become common in urban centers. Malaria is also a risk in India, LG is selling consumer electronics equipment in India and it is marketing a technique called "mosquito distant", which claims mosquitoes to be withdrawn. The technology was first introduced in air conditioners and other LG products, and now it is an important part of LG 7's marketing. LG says that LG's 7 tests tested "72 percent of mosquitoes using mosquitoes" according to CNN

However, the American Mosquito Control Association (AMCA) and other groups say this will not work. Professor of Texas A & M University Pesticide Dr. Roger Gold laid out years of studies which also rejected the ultrasonic bug repair. According to AMCA: "In the last 15 years" , at least 10 studies have unanimously condemned ultrasonic devices, with no recurrence value." The organization further states that even then, the technology has proven "a very effective marketing tool for repeller manufacturers".

If you want to get rid of mosquitoes, the study of the New Mexico State University early this year has worked in some ways, it has been confirmed that a test was conducted between them, which did not have a sound solution. This is confusing to consumers in India that LG claims its own survey, which shows the technique to be effective, was "certified" by the International Institute of Biotechnology and Toxicology of India, an organization which is itself "As a link between the industry and the regulatory system"

Mosquito-Fording technology, aside from the price of the phone ₹ 7990 (approximately $ 122) and 4G VOLTE-enabled. It has an 8 megapixel rear camera and 5MP front-facing camera, as well as a 1.1 GHz quad-core processor.

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