One Plus Reveals a Jaw Dropping Feature of the One Plus 8T

One Plus 8T’s confirmation on the brand new back panel design has managed to break the internet with its advent. The android tech giant revealed its unique technology infused back panel for One Plus 8T, one with reactive sensing technology. 

This basically will give users hands-free control over their mobile devices. The panel utilizes the unique technology of reactive sensing technology, one that is attained by ECMF (Electronic Color, Material, and Finish). 

With this technology, the phone’s back panel will switch from dark blue to silver for incoming notifications to give users a premium, top-tier hands-free control altogether. The technology is a more advanced feature of 5G which utilizes mmWave technology. 

Another use that One Plus has put this phone to, is its biofeedback feature. One Plus claims that the 8T can utilize mmWave technology to sync it’s switching of colours with the breathing of the user. 

This can work as a biofeedback mechanism, thus taking smartphones to a whole new level. The company, to quote, stated in a press release, “The OnePlus 8T ECMF breathes with you.”

External Design: Concept and Inspiration

In terms of design, there are not many jaw-dropping changes to expect except for this one. The exterior appearances are quite similar to the basic 8T model. The same punch-hole display and the camera setup at the back can be seen in this one too, and has been kept intact. 

However, the tech giant confessed that the back panel design has been inspired by the flow on natural water in the hot springs of Pamukkale, Turkey. Coupled with the Reactive Sensing Technology involving ECMF, is what accounts for the design of the back panel. 

ECMF is basically an Electronic Color Changin Film that powers the whole process of the back panel switching its color as programmed. It contains metal oxide and glass, the former which activates upon incoming notifications such as calls and messages, and the latter which changes its color from dark blue to silver. 

The Technology Behind It

Now comes the catch – the ECMF is made interactive when it syncs and works with the mmWave Sensing technology that the back camera module is equipped with. The working is similar to 5G, as it involves transmitting and receiving electromagnetic waves. 

However, in the case, the waves function to fundamentally provide the location of objects, track them, image and so and so forth instead of giving high internet speed, which is the case in 5G. In a video released by One Plus, it also demonstrates how users can reject or accept a call by mere hand gestures in the air. 

For example, to reject a call, all they’d need to do is hover their hand over the camera module. 

With such an advanced technology stepping into the mobile world making inanimate objects interactive, we can safely say that the world is about to see a major technological metamorphism in the decade to come. 

One Plus’s concept is also going to be a tough one to combat by its other competitors, mainly the major tech giants such as Google and Apple.

One Plus 8T’s confirmation on the brand new back panel design has managed to break the internet with its advent. The android tech giant revealed its unique technology infused back panel for One Plus 8T, one with reactive sensing technology. 

This basically will give users hands-free control over their mobile devices. The panel utilizes the unique technology of reactive sensing technology, one that is attained by ECMF (Electronic Color, Material, and Finish). 

With this technology, the phone’s back panel will switch from dark blue to silver for incoming notifications to give users a premium, top-tier hands-free control altogether. The technology is a more advanced feature of 5G which utilizes mmWave technology. 

Another use that One Plus has put this phone to, is its biofeedback feature. One Plus claims that the 8T can utilize mmWave technology to sync it’s switching of colours with the breathing of the user. 

This can work as a biofeedback mechanism, thus taking smartphones to a whole new level. The company, to quote, stated in a press release, “The OnePlus 8T ECMF breathes with you.”

External Design: Concept and Inspiration

In terms of design, there are not many jaw-dropping changes to expect except for this one. The exterior appearances are quite similar to the basic 8T model. The same punch-hole display and the camera setup at the back can be seen in this one too, and has been kept intact. 

However, the tech giant confessed that the back panel design has been inspired by the flow on natural water in the hot springs of Pamukkale, Turkey. Coupled with the Reactive Sensing Technology involving ECMF, is what accounts for the design of the back panel. 

ECMF is basically an Electronic Color Changin Film that powers the whole process of the back panel switching its color as programmed. It contains metal oxide and glass, the former which activates upon incoming notifications such as calls and messages, and the latter which changes its color from dark blue to silver. 

The Technology Behind It

Now comes the catch – the ECMF is made interactive when it syncs and works with the mmWave Sensing technology that the back camera module is equipped with. The working is similar to 5G, as it involves transmitting and receiving electromagnetic waves. 

However, in the case, the waves function to fundamentally provide the location of objects, track them, image and so and so forth instead of giving high internet speed, which is the case in 5G. In a video released by One Plus, it also demonstrates how users can reject or accept a call by mere hand gestures in the air. 

For example, to reject a call, all they’d need to do is hover their hand over the camera module. 

With such an advanced technology stepping into the mobile world making inanimate objects interactive, we can safely say that the world is about to see a major technological metamorphism in the decade to come. 

One Plus’s concept is also going to be a tough one to combat by its other competitors, mainly the major tech giants such as Google and Apple.