A few days back, OnePlus released video of it OnePlus Concept One smartphone and today the device has been unveiled at the CES 2020. It is the industry’s first smartphone to comes with a disappearing rear camera and the device has been launched with the collaboration with McLaren. This concept design comes with a camera that goes invisible which the company also calls as invisible camera design.
This new device comes with McLaren’s Papaya Orange colored leather and it resembles the OnePlus 7T Pro considering the placement of the cameras and the keys. The rear camera of the Concept One phone disappears in only 0.7 seconds. Basically it switches from opaque and transparent states and the electrochromic glass doubles as an ND filter for the cameras.
Earlier: This OnePlus Concept One to come with Triple Cameras that turn Invisible
At the CES 2020, OnePlus is going to showcase its OnePlus Concept One smartphone. There isn’t much information about this upcoming device but OnePlus has released a video of the same. The device will be debuting with an invisible camera setup which will be an industry first. The company says that it has achieved it through the use of electrochromic glass.
We’re bringing the #OnePlusConceptOne to #CES2020, but you don’t have to wait: you can get a sneak peek at it right here, along with its groundbreaking “invisible camera” and color-shifting glass technology. pic.twitter.com/elsV9DKctn
— OnePlus (@oneplus) January 3, 2020
This new conceptual phone is expected to hit the stores later this year and a recent report said OnePlus will show its first foldable smartphone but that looks very far as of now. This OnePlus Concept One phone will be showcased on the 7th of January and the video teaser of the same has shown us a rounded corner and curved edges.
There is a triple-lens camera system that is placed vertically on the rear but there isn’t any bump. The camera module is covered by a glass that features color-shifting glass technology that makes these cameras invisible. The tint of the glass changes when it is triggered by electrical signals and makes the triple camera array visible when you open the camera app and hides when it is not in use.
According to the executive, the glass only adds 0.1mm to the overall thickness of the OnePlus Concept One phone and also said that the camera lens takes less than a second to turn off to on. Are you excited to know more about this upcoming smartphone? Let us know by commenting in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.