Smartphone users, so far, used to get texts, images, videos and calls with ringtone, vibration or light notifications. However, a new smartphone accessory, Scentee, designed by Japanese can make you smell your alarm, text or call.
The new application gives you a new experience your choice of aroma whenever you receive a social networking notification or in case your pre-set alarm rings.
Scentee is an easy to use accessory coupled with an iOS and Android based application, which connects the Scentee scent capsules with your smartphone hardware. The Scentee capsules fit directly into your headphone socket and let out smell of your choice.
Moreover, whenever it sprays the perfume, the application creates a unique lighting experience based on the choice of scent.
It’s not only the you can smell your favorite perfume only when you get a notification, the application also let you set duration after which your phone can emit your preferred scent. Customizing different scents can also be done if you make different settings for your text, social networking and other notifications.
Scentee is going to make its way into the Japanese market on November 15 and will be available for somewhere around $35. The cartridges which are going to be available in different flavors like — apple, coconut, jasmine, strawberry, bacon, corn soup, coffee, rose, curry, ylang-ylang, lavender, mint, and cinnamon roll — will cost $5 each and will come handy for 100 sprays with 2 ml of liquid. On top of that Amazon Japan is also offering three new flavors — calbee or beef ribs, tan-Shio or salted tongue, and Jyaga butter or buttered potato as the launch offer of the product.
The attachment is powered by a lithium polymer battery of 40 mAh that gives a with device standby time of 24 hours and 48 hours without the device.