A new year has begun and the tech market will vibrate throughout it. According to many experts and some official announcements, in 2019 we will get to see outstanding devices meant to make our life easier. The first event announcing important releases is set to happen next week.
That’s right, we are talking about CES 2019. This year’s edition will take place during 8-10 January and tech geeks are really excited about this. They are hoping to find out more and even get a glimpse at DJI’s newest gadget. If this happens, all eyes will be set on an awesome drone – the Phantom 5 model.
CES (Consumer Electronic Show) 2019 will be hosted by the Las Vegas Convention Centre. We still don’t know what tech developers will showcase during the exhibit. However, people are willing to hear more about Phantom 5, since the new drone is expected to hit the market this year.
If DJI don’t show their top-notch equipment during CES 2019, they won’t get another chance until spring (around March or April). Meanwhile, tech fans are anxious to hear more about Phantom 5 and Drone DJ spread some rumours about it.
DJI’s new device will come with top-notch specs and cool features
New equipment means new speculations, but a few leaks provide some of Phantom 5’s insights. First of all, it will be available in two versions: one will have a zoom lens and the other interchangeable lenses.
Secondly, it will come with various zoom possibilities, different camera sensors and cool recording possibilities. In addition, the new drone comes with adjustable aperture, Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing and other useful features.
Last, but not least, the new drone will fly faster and longer than the previous version, Phantom 4. All this and more is waiting to be discovered when DJI launches their latest ”toy”, Phantom 5.
Benjamin Diaz started working for Debate Report in 2017. Ben grew up in a small town in northern Ontario. He studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married his wife a year later. Benhas been a proud Torontonian for the past 10 years. He covers politics and the economy. Previously he wrote for CTV News and the Huffington Post Canada.