Coolpad America is a top consumer electronics company that has built strategic partnerships with wireless carriers and retailers. The company produces smartphones, smartwatches for kids, trackers, and more. However, it’s going to shift its Chinese warehouse to manufacture medical-grade masks and non-contact infrared thermometers to help in the fight against COVID-19.

Many companies are trying to help the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Some companies are donating credits and services to help small companies, and others are giving extra data to their customers and waiving payments for the next couple of months. Now, Coolpad has announced that it will switch some of the manufacturing capacity at its China facilities from consumer electronic devices to produce civilian-grade masks and non-contact infrared thermometers. These will be donated across the US and China to help fight the current pandemic.

The company has been working since February 11 to set up and optimize the production lines for masks and thermometers. On March 8, if successfully produced the first mask and it’s now able to deliver up to 30,000 masks daily. The manufacturing of these masks and thermometers will continue until the COVID-19 pandemic is no more.

You May Also Like
Sony Xperia 1 II finally comes to the US, pre-orders start on June 1 at an exorbitant $1,200
To sweeten the deal, Sony will bundle the WF-1000XM3 noise-cancelling earbuds worth $230 with all pre-orders placed before June 28.
ASUS ROG Phone III and ZenFone 7 to debut around July: Report
ASUS has set a target of moving 30% to 50% more ROG Phone III units compared to its predecessor.
VIVO Y70s packing triple rear cameras and Exynos 880 processor goes official
VIVO Y70s features a 48MP primary camera and packs a 4,500mAh battery that offers 18W fast charging support.