Users of OnePlus 8 Pro recently started to notice that the phone’s “color filter camera” can see through plastic and some fabrics. It caused some concerns because, in some instances, it can basically see through clothes. Because of that, OnePlus has now announced that they are temporarily disabling the feature.
OnePlus-s latest flagship phone, OnePlus 8 Pro, was announced only a month ago, promising pretty stunning camera performance. But it seems to be even cooler than we thought. While there weren’t too many details about the phone’s “color filter camera,” it turns out that it has a sort of X-ray vision. It can see through some plastic objects, and even through clothes!
OnePlus has become a formidable force in the world of premium smartphones over the last few years. Last year’s iteration, the OnePlus 7 Pro was declared Smartphone of the Year 2019 by MKBHD and widely praised by users and reviewers alike. I’ve used it myself and it’s a pretty stunning device.
Today, though, OnePlus has announced the latest iterations of their devices with the OnePlus 8 series smartphones – the OnePlus 8 and the OnePlus 8 Pro. And looking at the spec sheet, it definitely seems a little special!
It kinda looks like a phone from a decade ago, except it runs a modern Android operating system with a bezel-less design. And that design does look quite sleek. But what makes me immediately think of flip phones and slide out keyboards is that it has these strange popup cameras. That phone is the Oppo Find X.
You might not have heard of Oppo before, but they’re owned by the same company behind the OnePlus You probably have heard of those guys. Oppo is a big smartphone brand in China, and the Oppo Find X is their new flagship phone. A first for Oppo, though, this phone will be launched globally.