According to a patent filed by the firm, vivo may be in work on a new smart-phone with a built-in camera drone. The drone is estimated to have two cameras as well as infrared sensors. According to Vivo’s patent filing, the drone would be kept inside the smar-tphone and would exit the device when needed.
Moreover, designer Sarang Sheth, in cooperation with LetsGo Digital, has given further concept images of the device, giving us an idea of how the module might work. The rendering shows a module that slips out of the phone in what appears to be a tray designed entirely for storing the drone. The corporation may choose to create a massive and thick phone to house the drone. With the drone taking up all of the outer space, Vivo may have to carry a tinier-sized battery.
If the business does release the smart phone, it will have resolved a problem that manufacturers have been struggling to solve for a long time. On a smart-phone, this is the existence of a camera notch to house the front-facing selfie camera. Over the years, OEMs have tested with motorized popup cameras, such as the Redmi K20 Pro, and flip camera processes, such as the Asus 6Z.
For the time being, take this with a little bit of salt, as IT companies occasionally work on devices that never see the light of day.