The Chinese company is adding a unique radar technology and back cover that changes its color to its latest leading smartphone - but only in a concept version for now
Convincing people to upgrade their smart device at a high rate in 2020 is not a particularly easy task - most devices are very similar to each other and for many consumers even a mediocre three or four year old device operation All the chores properly. In such a situation, marketing gimmicks of all kinds become a major need of manufacturers as part of the desire to continue to grow regularly, and with a company OnePlus The Chinese have a dedicated team of interest which has been given the nickname Gaudi, after the renowned architect in his innovative and unusual style.
So what are the future technologies for OnePlus? We now have the answer thanks to a one-of-a-kind concept device based on theOnePlus The standard 8T.
The OnePlus 8T Concept offers a millimeter-wave radar (mmWave) built into its main rear camera system, with technology reminiscent of the LiDAR technology it started paying for Dark In its new products - the ability to accurately scan the immediate environment and use hand gestures for basic control of the device even without touching it, or to monitor delicate elements such as a person's breathing naturally and without the need for any further action on his part.
The sophisticated sensing capability is joined by an interesting and special design on the back of the device, with a combination of glass and a layer of metal that can change its color with the passage of electric current through it, from gray to blue in this case - so the LED light for messages and updates The whole body of the smartphone (hopefully you do not have a protective cover that hides it).
Quite a few Smartphones Those aiming for the gaming niche already include built-in RGB lighting that can be programmed and controlled, but here is a different concept - the metal that changes colors is an integral part of the product shell, and not a small addition that is assembled separately into the metal body. From the short demo video provided to us atOnePlus One can get the impression that this is a much more elegant and restrained solution, which can wink at a significantly wider target audience compared to the flashy bright designs of models like the ROG Phone or the Black Shark of To be accurate.
This is not the craziest technology we have encountered in the field, but it seems that this is not the intention here - the presentation of an existing model that includes these features is intended to signal to users that they are mature and may become part of the models.OnePlus The next practicals are already in the coming year, unlike other elements of folding or rolling screens for a duration that will probably fully mature in just a few years.
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