Popular drone maker DJI has been in the news lately as a result of plans to launch a new mini-drone that would be called Mavic Mini 2. The unannounced product was recently listed by popular US electronics retailer Adorama and the product page shows it will be the Mavic Mini 2 moniker. However, that may not be the case, as the mini drone has appeared in real skin, thanks to an unboxing video posted by a Youtuber.
The YouTube video shows the retail box and the drone as well as the accessories inside the retail box. What is most spectacular is that the device will be called DJI Mini 2 as against Mavic Mini 2. We can guess what prompted this change in the naming sequence but it may be to distinguish this from the more expensive Mavic series.
The DJI Mini 2 is said to weigh just 249g makes it not to require registration in many countries where drones weighing up to 250g are required to be registered. The drone is also shown to come with the capacity to shoot 4k videos but there is no ActiveTrak feature.
The YouTube video also shows that the drone is capable of flying up to a range of 10km and can stay up in the air for up to 31 minutes.
DI is yet to officially announce the Mini 2 (Mavic Mini 2 if you like) but with the fluency of leaks, we should expect the launch to happen any moment from now.
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