The new Changhong H2 smartphone has a built in infrared molecular scanner which can distinguish real pharmaceutical drugs from fakes. This molecular scanner device is called the SCiO, and works by near infrared spectroscopy. The video at the bottom of this article about the Changhong H2 smartphone shows the phone distinguishing a real Viagra pill from a fake Viagra pill, by means of the phone's built in SCiO molecular scanner. This article says that: The idea is that developers will write lots more apps to expand SCiO's capabilities. The SCiO molecular scanner is also available for sale at $299 as an add-on device which works with existing smartphones (iPhone or Android). SCiO Molecular Scanner Identifying Spices The video on this page of the SCiO website shows the SCiO molecular scanner device measuring the quality and ripeness of fruit in the supermarket, measuring the percentage fat level in your body, and distinguishing real pharmaceutical tablets from fake pharmaceuticals. On the business version of the website, they detail SCiO potential use in the pharmaceutical industry and in hospitals for validating pharmaceutical drugs: see here and here. Note that near infrared spectroscopy machines are normally the size of a microwave oven or larger; the SCiO is the first near infrared spectroscopy device small enough to fit into a mobile phone.