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Tuesday, January 7, 2020

OnePlus's first conceptual mobile has three cameras that appear and disappear.

OnePlus has already informed us of its intention to be present at CES 2020 in Las Vegas that today has opened its doors. And the firm has not missed his word. The company has presented itself at the first technology fair of the year with the OnePlus Concept One, its first conceptual smartphone, developed in collaboration with the automobile firm McLaren.

OnePlus's first conceptual mobile has three cameras that appear and disappear.
OnePlus's first conceptual mobile has three cameras that appear and disappear.


First of all, emphasize the "concept," as OnePlus states that, at least for now, it has no intention of launching this terminal to the market. However, it can serve as a first anticipated glimpse of what the brand's smartphones might be here in a few years.

The terminal is based on the OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition presented at the end of last year. Its front is a carbon copy of this model.

Where this Concept One hides, surprises are behind it. Around a piece of leather in a striking Papaya Orange color characteristic of McLaren cars, there is an electrochromic crystal that uses organic particles to modify its transparency.

The glass darkens or becomes translucent instantaneously in less than a second. It depends on the brand and on whether the cameras are intended to be used or not.

Also, OnePlus ensures that this type of glass acts as a polarizing filter so that the captured images become sharper and capture more detail in situations of intense light.

Beyond that, as the industry moves towards a future in which mobile phones include more and more cameras for greater photographic versatility, and as a result of increasingly ornate designs, OnePlus aims to move forward and ensure that aesthetics are not See so affected by this trend.

As I said, the terminal will not go on sale, at least in the short term, probably because the cost to produce this type of glass on a large scale would be too high and would end up negatively affecting the price of the device.

However, the idea is good, and it is likely that sooner or later, we will see the first terminals with electrochromic crystals like this OnePlus Concept One.

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