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Mobile phone with harmless radiation launched



Brand Ambassador, Sachin Tendulkar, with the Chief Executive Officer of G-Hanz, U. K. Ghosh (centre), and the Chairman and co-founder of EMX Corporation, JP Folsgaard Bak, at the launch of the cell phone with harmless radiation technology in Mumbai on Monday. — Photo: Paul Noronha

MUMBAI, JAN. 24. Cricket celebrity Sachin Tendulkar today launched "the world's first state-of-the-art cell phone with harmless radiation."

The cell phone has been manufactured by G-Hanz of Germany. After India, this phone would be launched in Dubai, China and Hong Kong, company's Chief Executive Officer, U. K. Ghosh, told mediapersons here.

EMX Corporation had developed a biochip technology that G-Hanz cell phones carry to block harmful radiation by superimposing a random noise field so that they become neutral to the human tissue.

Mr. Ghosh said the baby phones were likely to be priced at Rs. 5,900 while the mid-segment phone would be in the region of Rs. 8,900.

EMX Chairman and co-founder JP Folsgaard Bak said the product was patented in the U.S. and seven universities had tested it.

Mr. Sachin, brand ambassador for the company, said, "these cell phones are committed to promote the concept of protecting people with safer phones."

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