The OnePlus 8T Concept changes to light silver and dark blue. According to the company, the design of the phone is based on a special film that contains metal oxide in the glass.
So when this metal oxide is activated, the colour of the phone starts to change and the way the light in the water looks like a galaxy can be seen on the phone.
Note that the OnePlus 8T was introduced a few months ago and has now been updated with some concept features.
The design on the back of this phone is unique while the motion tracking radar module has also been added.
The colour of the phone changes with notifications like when a phone call comes in, which causes the back cover of the phone to change colour.
On the back of the phone is a live camera system, there is a millimetre wave radar that bounces electromagnetic waves and helps the phone save images and track objects.
The company says that this radar module is different from any MMV communication module of the phone.
This is somewhat similar to the Pixel 4’s radar motion sensor technology.
The concept phone also has a motion tracker that helps in receiving phone calls with the movement of the hand or even sensing the user’s breath.
The motion tracker will be able to receive or reject the call with the movement of the hand from the back of the phone.
In terms of features, this phone is really unique, but it is difficult to say that it will be available to ordinary users.
Earlier, the company had also introduced its One Plus Concept One earlier this year but did not introduce it for sale.
The camera in this phone used to disappear from sight, but this technology has not been used in any other phone of the company so far.
The company has made it clear that it has no plans to commercialize the 8T concept phone commercially.
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