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New Nokia unit exposure-graphite components for camera

New Nokia unit exposure-graphite components for cameraNew Nokia unit exposure-graphite components for camera
New Nokia unit exposure-graphite components for camera

Under the previous revelations, recently had two Nokia high-end Android phones are being developed, and Nokia Nokia C1 and P1 respectively. Now the latest news that Nokia phone camera sensor, or using Graphene materials.

Two Nokia Android phone is 5.2 inch and 5.5 inch, powered by Android 7.0 system, would be equipped with 2K resolution AMOLED panels using metal body design and style of the Nokia.
According to the latest news, Nokia Android phone camera sensor, or using Graphene material, which will greatly enhance the photographic capabilities of the camera, Nokia had previously made Graphene sensor research and development, Nokia is the prototype trial production of Graphene-based sensor products, not just planning “light sensor” and “complex electro-optical systems” and even spoke to the pilot and mass production.
It is worth mentioning that, according to the agreement between Microsoft and Nokia, Nokia’s new Android system needs until the end of the official debut, specific circumstances, we will have to wait for the official release before a closer look.

In 2004, the United Kingdom physicist Andre geim of the University of Manchester (Andre Geim) and kangsitanding·nuowoxiaoluofu (Konstantin Novoselov) successfully isolated from a sheet of Graphene in experiments, and prove it can stand alone, two people for “pioneering experiment of the two-dimensional material Graphene”, jointly won the 2010 Nobel Prize in physics.
Graphene is the thinnest in the world, the most known of hard nanomaterials, it is almost completely transparent, just 2.3% light up to 5300W/m thermal conductivity · K, than carbon nanotubes and diamond at room temperature electron mobility than 15000cm2/V • s, than carbon nanotubes or silicon high resistivity around 10-8 ω · m, lower than copper or silver, which is the world’s smallest material resistivity. Because of its very low resistivity, electron transfer very quickly, and so are expected to be used for the development of more thin, conductive faster, next-generation electronic components or a transistor. Since Graphene is essentially a transparent and a good conductor, also suitable for making transparent touch screens, light, and even solar cells.

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