OnePlus to showcase an ‘invisible’ camera

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CES 2020 is upon us and it is hard to keep up with all the leaks prior to the event. Today, Oneplus, the once budget smartphone company has unveiled a camera module that disappears when not in use.

The company is claiming to use color shifting glass technology, which is borrowed from the likes of McLaren and other high-end cars. You heard right! The same technology used in sunroofs and tinted windows is being used here to make the camera invisible.

In essence, the glass can become tinted or opaque by using electrical signals. They have also gotten rid of the camera hump and given the phone a much sleeker look.

Dubbed the ‘OnePlus Concept One’, the phone will probably never see the light of day and is just Vaporware at this point. We are looking forward to more stuff coming out of CES next week. Stay tuned for our coverage.

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