Danish Kapoor
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Features and images of DJI Avata 2 drone and Googles 3 headset revealed

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DJI Avata 2 drone and Googles 3 images and key specs of the title were leaked ahead of the official announcement. Leaks show that both products will come with serious improvements compared to their predecessors. Larger batteries, new sensors and advanced cameras stand out among these improvements.

The leaked image shows that the new drone has abandoned most of the original skeletal design and now uses brand new three-blade propellers and batteries that appear to be built entirely into the frame.

However, the new Goggles 3 looks like a more interesting product. The front appears to feature two cameras that could be used for pass-through view and what appears to be a hinged forehead rest to flip the glasses up when not in use. It is not clearly stated in the leak what these are for. However, FPV goggles often block the view of the surroundings unless the headset is completely removed.

According to the specifications said to be circulating on various Telegram channels, Avata 2 weighs 458 grams on the scale. The CMOS sensor size, which was 1/1.7 inch in the original Avata, is expected to be updated to 1/1.3 inch in the new model. This means that the new model can receive more light. Apart from this, the camera features seem to remain unchanged. It is estimated that 1080p 240 fps video recording can only be done with Avata 2. It is also rumored that the battery capacity, which is 35.7 Wh in Avata, will be 50.1 Wh in the new model.

Google’s 3 seems to have a battery with a similar capacity to its predecessor. Googles 2 has a battery with a capacity of 17.64 Wh. It is said that the weight of Googles 2, which was 290 grams, will increase to 420 grams in the new model.

Official announcement for DJI Avata 2 and Googles 3 is near

DJI Avata 2 and Googles 3 are not official yet. But these latest leaks, although not yet confirmed, suggest that the announcement is not far off. For information such as price and release date, it is necessary to wait for the official statement from DJI.


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