OnePlus 8 Pro users will get an update that will incidentally impair the Colour Filter camera, OnePlus reported through a post shared on Weibo. The new move by the organization comes because of the ongoing reports that guaranteed “transparent” abilities of the fourth camera sensor that was initially implied for improving pictures. Likewise, it proposes that regardless of having a quad back camera arrangement, the OnePlus 8 Pro would just have the option to utilize the three back camera sensors and drop the Color Filter camera for the present.
According to the premise of a machine interpretation of the Weibo post, which is initially in Chinese, OnePlus will push a product update for the OnePlus 8 Pro inside seven days to disable the Color Filter camera. The organization has chosen the arrival of the update to put the ongoing security worries very still that developed because of the reports demonstrating transparent abilities of the camera.
In spite of the fact that the camera couldn’t reproduce an x-ray scanner, which is something erroneously anticipated in certain reports, it appears to be able to permit perceivability to specific materials — particularly the ones that don’t have infrared safety. A few people recorded recordings that demonstrated internals of gadgets, for example, an Apple TV and a TV remote control. Be that as it may, every one of that was obviously because of the way that those gadgets have an infrared transmissible plastic.
OnePlus offered the Color Filter camera on the OnePlus 8 Pro to improve pictures with lighting impacts and channels. Be that as it may, as confirmed by Android Police, it is for the most part a trick as you can just utilize it in the single camera mode and can’t include impacts while zooming into any subjects or products.
By incidentally crippling the Color Filter camera, OnePlus is by one way or another decreasing the operational check of OnePlus 8 Pro back cameras from four to three — in any event until further notice. This could be something major for users who search for a quad back camera cell phone. Be that as it may, in any case, the organization may address the worries and take the fourth camera back to its activities through a future update.
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