LG K7i – Mosquito Repellent Phone

Here is a phone which will last you through the rainy seasons and save you from mosquito bites. Well atleast the company claims so. The feature-fighter K series of LG smartphones added a new soldier to the regiment. The LG K7i with a distinctive ‘Bump’ on the rear of the phone.

The phone comes with an additional rear cover which can be put up on rear side of the phone whenever needed. This accessory features a Speaker that produces ultrasonic frequency sounds that drives mosquitoes crazy and they run away from the phone. These ultrasonic waves are safe for humans and humans can not hear the sounds. The ‘Mosquito Away Technology’ attachment also comes with a mosquito away stand so that phone can be kept in upright position while the repellent speaker is turned on.

Apart from the mosquito away feature, the LG K7i features a 5-inch OnCell display with a Quad-core processor and has 2GB RAM. The phone has 16GB of internal storage which is expandable through an external microSD card. An 8 MP camera is present on the rear of the phone and a 5 MP camera at the front for Selfies.

The phone dimensions are 144.7×72.6×8.1mm and is quite bulky with a weight of 138 grams as it has big speaker on the rear. It comes with 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.1, Micro-USB, FM radio, and 3.5mm audio jack.

Phone also has a 2500mAh battery.

LG’s marque Mosquito Away Technology, which is being prominently used in LG 32LH520D LED TV and in LG HS-C1865NN8 Air Conditioners. Both TVs and Air Conditioners have specific function key on the their remote to activate Mosquito Away Tech.

The Air Conditioners sport a Speaker that generates ultrasonic waves inaudible (almost) to humans. These waves have a specific frequency of over 30kHz that inactivates or repels mosquitoes while being safe for humans. Even as the disclaimer that accompanies the product clearly states that ‘Long term effect’ has not been tested on mosquitoes and they may grow resistant to such waves. The product is in no way a replacement to conventional mosquito repellents.

Test data also shows that only about 62.7% of anopheles gambiae mosquitoes are affected by this technology in LG Air Conditioners. Rest still remain there and are ready to harm humans in the room.

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