The OnePlus eight Professional was launched on the 14th of April, earlier this 12 months. Since then, the flagship has been praised for a lot of of its astounding options: the 120Hz refresh fee on the display screen, the brand new and improved digicam system, the hole-punched entrance digicam that they’ve tailored, and varied different iterative upgrades that OnePlus has put into this telephone. There may be, nonetheless, one characteristic that makes this telephone stand out above its rivals; or it used to, anyway…

The OnePlus eight Professional has a ‘Shade Filter’ that lets your telephone primarily see by some skinny supplies like skinny plastic. OnePlus has since introduced its choice to ‘briefly disable’ this characteristic because of the apparent privateness issues.

The Chinese language Tech big introduced, in a submit made on Weibo yesterday, that they worth their customers privateness and safety above all else. They’ve began rolling out software program updates that disable the filter. The characteristic, OnePlus stated, was initially designed to detect and understand infrared mild and provides customers a singular pictures expertise. Because the telephone began to promote, customers observed that beneath the proper lighting circumstances, the filter may see by many skinny supplies.

These supplies, those this filter can see-through, appear to be lacking IR shielding, permitting this impact to happen. Customers have additionally claimed that the filter can see by some materials and clothes gadgets, making it an enormous privateness concern and will probably open the corporate as much as quite a few lawsuits, if left unattended.

Based on the submit, OnePlus has briefly disabled the characteristic; solely till they will determine the best way to take care of this privateness concern.

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