One Plus Concept One Mclaren Edition: One plus is here with a concept phone. They're calling this the one plus concept one and it's in partnership with McLaren. they are not planning to sell this exact phone as it exists here and I don't have a date for when this tech could end up in a phone potentially but they're showing it off like this is pretty much classic CES. It's a concept of something cool and tech, that you might not ever sell but if you do then that would be cool but what better time to show off something and make a nice little wave of the press. Let's see what technology One Plus used in the phone? Phone's review, Hands-On Review, Overall Reviews. What will be the future? Will it gonna change the future mobile phones?
What's new in the One Plus Concept One?
It is essentially a One plus 7T pro and if you dig around in the settings, it says it's a different build number in the software and a slightly different model number but you can see what we're talking about here and then with some more McLaren themed stuff going on the papaya orange leather and stitching the gold-colored metal on the rails instead of the normal black but for the main piece. The main reason why this is a concept is, the disappearing and reappearing cameras on the back. Read about One Plus 7T Pro Reviews.
What Technology is One Plus using in Concept One Phone?
It's pretty cool so all right what is actually happening here, for the glass on the back of the phone oneplus has taken the Electro-chromatic Glass Technology (EMT), that we've seen in the Sunroofs of some supercars specifically some MacLaren GT's. They have taken that technology and shrunk it all the way down into the thinness and the form factor of the glass on the back of the phone. The way electro-chromatic Glassworks is this shade is created when an electric current is passed through. It so there are multiple layers of glass here and getting all that glass over the back to be thin enough to work on a smartphone but still achieve this effect is technically really impressive and it took them. If you look closely, at the right angles, you can still actually kind of see the camera lenses there through the glass. So it's not completely a hundred percent opaque. It's more like 90 something percent.
Concept One Phone Reviews: Hand-On Reviews
It seems but it's pretty clearly better looking when it's darker. It is overall sleeker when that shade is closed and it just makes the phone look better. It looks cleaner that way and then opens up the camera app and 0.7 seconds later you got yourself a working camera that's totally see-through and it almost makes this like animated looking cross-dissolve sort of effect when the camera app opens which is neat. It is just having fun opening and closing it turning it on and off seeing.
It sort of hides the camera and reappear. If you're outdoors or in a bright environment, you can actually go into the pro mode in the camera app and up in the corner on the concept one. you have this nd button and if you press that the shade, will give you three stops of nd from this electro-chromatic glass kind of like sunglasses to your camera as you've probably heard. It called which can be really useful in the video if you don't want to mess with shutter speed to lower your exposure.
One Plus Concept One Overall Review
So you can actually see it working here as the ISO goes up and down from 320 to 1250 as turned it on and off. It's definitely really effective now. It's not variable nd or anything crazy like that. it's just basically a yes or no to one level of nd but hey three stops of physical nd built into a camera phone I mean that's not something we've seen before that's why it's so impressive that's something I'd expect from like a red hydrogen one or something like that. Obviously that didn't happen so kind of cool to see it here so selling all this in phones right now would be extremely expensive and that's my main guess for why this is a concept now and not a feature of a phone that they're gonna sell.
Will it be the Future Concept of Multi Cameras Phones?
When future phones get more and more cameras and get uglier and uglier weird-looking camera bumps. This technology becomes something that actually makes a little more sense. Flatten out the camera glass on the back can hide many cameras you have in the phone and also smartphone companies can put as many as a company wants in there. Also, the design doesn't have to get any weirder. So if you look at it that way, it's kind of this forward-thinking move where if you imagine maybe like a Samsung Galaxy S 15
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