OnePlus Concept One smartphone showcases invisible-camera tech at CES 2020

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OnePlus has showcased its latest innovation technology on its first-ever concept smartphone. Revealed at CES 2020 Expo happening in Las Vegas, Nevada, OnePlus Concept One brings an invisible-camera technology. It is the first-ever smartphone to use the Color-shifting glass technology (Electrochromic glass technology). This glass tech allows it to change the transparency and thus giving it an invisible camera look. 

OnePlus Concept One – What are the features? 

The global mobile tech company has unveiled its first ambitious project, Concept One. It explores a breakthrough in smartphone CMF (Colour, Material, and Finish) design and lays a foundation for a future of smartphone design. For this, OnePlus partnered up with McLaren, its design partner for the special edition smartphone, it releases every year. 

Drawing inspiration from the design ethos of the Car manufacturer, the rear of the first Concept One was designed keeping in mind about the aesthetics of a McLaren machine. Talking about the disappearing camera on the OnePlus Concept One, Pete Lau likes to call it the “Electronic EMF” tech. This is a new industrial design approach, which is completely new. This dynamic Color-shifting is said to take only 0.7 seconds as soon as you open the camera application. 

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The R & D team at OnePlus found yet another element to distinguish its smartphones from the other premium smartphone brand. So far it has establishes many first in the market with the introduction of the Bamboo, Kevlar, wood, Alcantara, Matte-frosted glass, and a ceramic design finish. Now the Concept One gives a platform to the brand to chase more innovative designs.

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