Nokia has pioneered the research on wonder material Graphene. A latest patent granted to Nokia reveals use of Graphene Oxide sensing film in protecting a battery-operated mobile device from water. The Graphene Oxide film senses moisture content or change in relative humidity just before getting in touch with water thereby
We keep on reporting Nokia innovations regularly and some of them can truly revolutionize the way, in which things around us work. The innovation, that we are covering today is perhaps one of these, with truly revolutionary potential. Nokia is one of the leaders in Graphene based research work and we
Nokia has been spearheading the research on wonder-material, Graphene. One of the most interesting use of Graphene is in creating high-performance (Graphene is 1000 times more sensitive to light than sensors used now) yet very slim photo-sensors, that can be used in imaging. We have in past reported Nokia owning
[embedit snippet="fluids"] Nokia has invested a lot in research work on wonder material Graphene. While most of us assume its most straightforward use in camera sensors and in developing new material for use in smartphone / Tablet body, there is more to Graphene than that it seems. Nokia‘s Research Center in Cambridge
[embedit snippet="adversal-3"] So, this weekend was also full of interesting posts on NPU and here is a recap of what you missed, if you didn't get a chance to check the stories over the weekend. Graphene sensor being worked on: Nokia has been granted a patent for an imaging sensor based on "Graphene"
[embedit snippet="madsb"] So, this is nothing new as we already know that, Nokia is working on using "Graphene" for various purposes, imaging sensor being one of them. But unless, you bring an evidence forth, it is still not enough :P. So, Nokia has already a patent in place, which talks about making a
We can certainly sense something coming out of Nokia's stable that uses Supermaterial "Graphene". Nokia is really creating kind of buzz around Graphene. They have posted a second article about Graphene and this article tells us "10 fascinating facts" about the wonder material. So, here it goes, It’s only one atom thick!
Graphene Flagship Consortium, a collection of industry and academic partners including Nokia has been chosen by the European Union for the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) program. It is a major project for researching "Graphene, the wonder material" with an investment of 1 billion euros that will be spread over the next 10 years. Nokia
This one is very interesting given Nokia's position and thrust as Smartphone imaging leader. Seems that Nokia is working for reducing the sensor size for its device cameras and it is natural given the size of hump seen on 808 PureView and N8 earlier. Nokia has filed a patent for "Graphene based photo