OnePlus Concept One surfaces in a short teaser with invisible triple rear cameras


OnePlus Concept One

A few weeks ago, OnePlus announced that it will be attending CES 2020. This is the first time in the entire existence of the company that it will be present at CES. According to reports, the Chinese firm will not only be present but will come up with new technologies that will leave us impressed. Today, OnePlus started its traditional teaser campaign for a new device which is called OnePlus Concept One.

The OnePlus Concept One will take a ride on the waterfall display trend and we can see its curved display in the short video. For instance, the screen appears to be much more “curvy” than the one in OnePlus 7 Pro. The curved panel meets a gold-painted metal frame which once again serves as a house for the traditional Alert Slider.

The OnePlus Concept One has an “invisible” triple camera array

We know that there’s nothing extraordinary about the display and the side. The biggest surprise will be on the rear part. The Concept One has triple rear cameras arranged vertically in the middle with an LED flash beneath the last sensor. However, there’s some magic since they do not become visible at first giving off the impression that they are invisible. This is an illusionary trick that results from OnePlus’ new groundbreaking color-shifting glass technology.

You’ll be glad to know that there’s no camera bump. However, thanks to a thin line we can see the perimeter of the camera housing. It’s shaped like a champagne flute! Unfortunately, this is all the teaser reveals. However, we expect to see more teasers popping out ahead of CES 2020. That’s how OnePlus does its marketing.

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Hopefully, this technology will stand like something interesting like the teasers makes it appear. According to rumors, OnePlus will take a step forward in 2020 with new exciting devices and even a mid-ranger to take on Redmi and Realme devices.

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