The clothes could not be seen through the camera of the Chinese phone. The feature of photochrome sensor is disable by OnePlus after the controversy!
Photochrome Sensor is disable after the controversy!
The latest flagship phone from Chinese smartphone company. OnePlus has been give a special feature and is being hotly debate. The camera’s photochrome sensor could also see through plastic and clothing. Read Also : Nokia 125 and Nokia 150 with Poerful Battery
Disable since the new update
Although the company make no disclosure. This feature has been remove. Apart from this. The company’s phone OnePlus 8 Pro was given an infrared photochrome lens. It could be see through clothes or certain types of plastic. This sensor has also been disable since the new update. Read Also : Mobile Phone Review And Some Superb Useful Setting
I finally have an x-ray camera! Used the OnePlus 8 Pro photochrom filter to see inside my Amazon Fire TV cube. ht: @richdemuro who discovered this. pic.twitter.com/gFgEmg5d80
— Lance Ulanoff (@LanceUlanoff) May 13, 2020
The company had earlier disable the sensor. However, there are now reports that the sensor has been disable. The sensor cause complaints against OnePlus. Saying the camera sensor posed a risk to privacy. OnePlus has since disabled this sensor in an update. Read Also : Help Your Children To Develope Reading Skill In All Language
OnePlus spoke to a representative of a private company about this. Saying that users will be able to use a photochrome lens. But will not be able to see through the camera anything. Through the way the software has been modifie. It gave an update on Wednesday and told users that this is a mandatory update from the company that you must download. Thus the camera’s photochrome sensor is disabled after this update.
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