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Check out the reception that the OnePlus Concept of the world (VIDEO)

Check out the reception that the OnePlus Concept of the world (VIDEO)

Last month, we told you that the OnePlus is going in is to go on a trip around the world, and even today, the company released a video of the crowd pulled up to the phone, hoping to get the opportunity to see and possibly to touch the device. Also, OnePlus has staff on hand to explain the technology behind the “disappearing” rear view cameras are in use. The electrochromic glass on the back of the concept phone is showing a black opaque finish to hide the camera until the camera app is open. When this happens, an electrical pulse will be sent on to the glass which makes it transparent, revealing to the camera that photographs/videos may be taken. It takes all of .7 seconds! With the electrochromic glass, which adds a polarizing filter in front of the camera, the delivery of finely detailed images in harsh environments.
The OnePlus Concept is One that is more than the execution of technology-based magic tricks. It also looks lovely with a stitched leather back. The specs are almost the same as that employed in the OnePlus 7T Pro for McLaren-including the bent-6.7-inch Fluid TOUCH-screen display with a 90 hz refresh rate. A pop-up to 16MP selfie camera, and the thin bezels. The device is powered by the overclocked Snapdragon 855+ Mobile Platform, and is equipped with 12GB of memory and 256 gigabytes (gb) of storage space. The camera is set up on the back of a 48MP primary camera is 8-megapixel digital telephoto camera, with a 3x optical zoom lens and a 16MP ultra wide-angle of the camera. While the OnePlus does not plan the production of the OnePlus Concept, One can make use of a few of the features, including the electrochromic window) in the future OnePlus handsets.
The world tour is over, and OnePlus is going to visit North America, Europe, africa and India. The next thing on the agenda is the release date for the OnePlus for 8-series, which can be OnePlus 8, OnePlus is 8, and the OnePlus Is 8 Lite. The first two models, sporting a 6.65-inch and 6.5-inch Fluid TOUCH display, respectively; and a 120Hz refresh rate. Pop-up selfie camera, and it will be replaced by a punch-hole to the camera. Speaking of cameras, the OnePlus 8, it is expected that the sport is in a Time of Flight (ToF) depth sensor. This will result in a more natural bokeh blur on portraits, which provide the enhanced a / r capability, and the production of safe and to all 3D chart views.

The OnePlus series-8 that would be released during the second quarter of the year.

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