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New OnePlus 8 Pro’s SECRET X-Ray FEATURE LEAKED: Can See Through CLOTHS & PLASTIC

New OnePlus 8 Pro's SECRET X-Ray FEATURE LEAKED: Can See Through CLOTHS & PLASTIC

The new model of OnePlus is claimed to have an x-ray vision feature, built in the phone. Some users of this new model have been sharing their videos where they check this feature. One such video shared by a Twitter user, Ben Geskin, has been doing rounds all over the internet.

In the video shared by Ben, the viewers can see him switching his camera filter to Photochrom. Ben then looks at his Apple TV box through this filter. And surprisingly, all the contents of the box are clearly visible.

Some other users who tried this filter say that the filter works on thin plastic like that of a TV remote (because the rays can penetrate through them easily) as compared to good-quality plastic. The working of the x-ray vision is a fifty-fifty probability with clothes too, i.e., it may work on some clothes and may not work with some other.

Some other users who tried this filter say that the filter works on thin plastic like that of a TV remote (because the rays can penetrate through them easily) as compared to good-quality plastic. The working of the x-ray vision is a fifty-fifty probability with clothes too, i.e., it may work on some clothes and may not work with some other.

But what we think is the x-ray vision, is it actually that or something else?

Well, the company officials haven’t yet commented on this feature. But from what reports have, this feature applies to only a few objects, especially the one that can transmit infrared waves.

When Ben uploaded his video on twitter, another user was quick to point out that the contents of the box were visible because the box is made of ‘infrared transmissible material.’ Another user states that this could be the result of the phone being ‘sensitive to infrared lights.’

But the existence of such a feature in a phone has raised some security and privacy issues among people. The thought that a phone can look into people’s clothing is a bit terrifying. All we can now hope is for the company to address the issue as soon as possible and do the needful and fix this problem for the public’s privacy.

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