OnePlus Showcases McLaren-inspired Concept Phone with 'Invisible Camera' - TeknoGadyet

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

OnePlus Showcases McLaren-inspired Concept Phone with 'Invisible Camera'


OnePlus has showcased its McLaren-inspired concept phone at CES 2020. The company took its spotlight, as they highlighted its handset’s “invisible camera” tech.

OnePlus Showcases McLaren-inspired Concept Phone with 'Invisible Camera'
OnePlus Showcases McLaren-inspired Concept Phone with 'Invisible Camera'

For the third time, OnePlus has teamed up with McLaren to dress its phone with a premium-looking design. However, its first concept phone for the decade is not only about its physique, as the brand equipped the device with electrochromic glass technology – allowing OnePlus to have the first phone that uses color-shifting glass solution.

Through this technology, its concept phone was able to offer a disappearing camera. How? The glass of the phone has organic particles, which create changes in transparency. With this, the glass that covers its camera lenses can shift from opaque black into entirely clear.

The glass will also serve as a built-in polarizing filter that will enable its camera to produce sharper photos.

OnePlus McLaren-inspired Concept Phone
OnePlus McLaren-inspired Concept Phone

“This concept phone is a significant experiment into the future form of smartphones. OnePlus started this initiative with the goal of bringing the ‘burdenless’ user experience to the next level. The invisible camera stands as a new form of camera design, one that spares the user from the compromises of current camera layouts. The rear camera lenses are hidden by the dynamic electrochromic glass and only become visible when the camera is in use. This optimal solution is what OnePlus calls ‘Electronic CMF’—a new approach in industrial design. This is just the beginning as we explore additional possibilities in the future,” Peter Lau, CEO and Founder of OnePlus, addressed.

See Also: OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition Coming to PH, Priced

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Source: FoneArena

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