OnePlus Concept One with disappearing cameras and useful features

OnePlus will not announce the release of new flagships before March, but still the manufacturer has found an impressive

a way to start 2020 with renewed vigor. The other day, the company introduced its first OnePlus Concept One at CES 2020 in Las Vegas.

OnePlus Concept One is the concept of the futurea smartphone. The company tells the public what the future products of the Chinese brand may look like. Please note that the main trick is that all these ugly cameras can finally be hidden. OnePlus Concept One boasts what is called an "invisible camera." It took eight months to develop and use the technology for changing the color of glass (electrochromic glass), which has never been in the world. This phone, which includes organic particles, to create changes in transparency.

OnePlus Concept One is the concept of the futurea smartphone. The company tells the public what the future products of the Chinese brand may look like. Please note that the main trick is that all these ugly cameras can finally be hidden. OnePlus Concept One boasts what is called an "invisible camera." It took eight months to develop and use the technology for changing the color of glass (electrochromic glass), which has never been in the world. This phone, which includes organic particles, to create changes in transparency.

The lens coating glass is opaqueblack surface when not in use, but can switch to full transparency in just 0.7 seconds after starting the camera application. For reference, this is faster than the camera itself requires for full activation.

Oneplus no need to worry about turning on tooa large number of cameras in future devices, since now they can be successfully hidden. However, the new technology also serves more practical purposes that can significantly improve camera perception.

OnePlus Concept One created in collaboration withMcLaren, it can use electrochromic glass as an integrated polarizing filter for the camera. This allows users to get clearer and more detailed images in high light conditions, such as in direct sunlight.

To further ensure that this phone is notmistaken for anything but a premium product, OnePlus cut the rest of the back panel out of the same leather specifically designed for use in the McLaren 720S.

The material is "soft to the touch." The skin itself is made in the UK, Ireland and Scotland.

As for the rest, the smartphone seems toidentical to OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren. The brand equipped the Concept One with the same 6.7-inch curved 90 Hz Fluid AMOLED display, which is connected to the pop-up camera module. The resolution of the selfie camera is 16 megapixels, and the sensor is equipped with a three-chamber camera on the rear panel. It consists of a 48-megapixel main camera paired with laser autofocus, an 8-megapixel telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle alternative.

The inside, on the other hand, consists of a Snapdragon 855+ combined with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of memory. There are also regular add-ons for Android 10 and OnePlus.

Unfortunately for those of you who may onlythat fell in love with this product, OnePlus has no plans to produce and sell it. It exists only to demonstrate new technologies that can be incorporated into next-generation flagships.

OnePlus, on the other hand, is working hard onthree phones that are due to appear in the coming months. The lineup will be led by OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro, which will be equipped with perforated displays and improved camera systems.

OnePlus 8 Lite should join them,the first mid-range brand product since the launch of the OnePlus X. For now, the details are scarce, but it is expected to include a three-camera setup and the Snapdragon 700 series chipset.