Scentee, created by Japanese company Shift, plugs into the antenna socket of an iPhone or Android smartphone and takes instructions from an app to release scents when the phone receives a notification, website Engaget reported Monday.
The available scents include coffee, mint, cinnamon roll, rose, apple, strawberry, lavender, curry and jasmine. The limited edition Korean BBQ collection of scents, scheduled for a Nov. 15 release, includes two types of meat smells and baked potato.
The company said a bacon scent is currently in development.
Scentee is being sold though Amazon Japan and the company said it will ship to the United States.
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