Oppo introduced the ability to identify the hidden camera in the room


Oppo introduced the ability to identify the hidden camera in the room

Oppo introduced the ability to identify the hidden camera in the room

Opo Caller UI has recently been updated to include a new feature to detect hidden cameras. According to Android Authority, Oppo’s new software feature is aimed at people who are constantly traveling and worry about a hidden camera in their hotel room. This feature can be used to identify the camera in other places such as the pro room where the person’s privacy may be at risk.

Currently, the Caller OS hidden camera detection feature is only available on oppo find x5 and Find X5 Pro is available. This feature is provided by Color OS 12.1. By default, new Oppo phones are available to customers with this version of the Caller OS user interface. Oppo says it will offer hidden camera detection for other devices in the near future.

  • Opo introduced the Find X5 flagship family
  • Oneplus and Oppo They canceled the project of integrating the user interface of their phones

Meanwhile, users of the Find X5 series phones should download the Hidden Camera Detection application through the Oppo App Store. do After installation, this application asks users to disable the phone’s Wi-Fi and hotspot before scanning the environment for the hidden camera. The app also prompts the user to turn the room light on and off (presumably to detect infrared light).

After detecting the hidden camera, the application guides the user to find the hidden device. The application notifies the user when the phone is close enough to the hidden camera. The user can then look around and find the device.

It seems that Oppo’s hidden camera detection feature is only available in China for now.

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