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DJI, a well-known Drone making company, released the compact $799 Mavic Air in January in the year2018. At that time, it was thought that it is a great drone, but the options for video work and photos were not so good. Now, almost two years have passed since the company launched its drone, and some recent leaks are indicating that Mavic Air 2 could be released very soon.DJI has scheduled an event on April 27 at 9:30 PM, which gives some clues regarding the release of Mavic Air2. The new launch event scheduled by DJI has been given the title “Up Your Game.”

However, the event scheduled by the company is not providing many clues regarding the launch of the new drone. It might be possible that the name is referring to the launching of a new ground-based RoboMaster, which is a tank robot. But, there is a lot of rumors among the people regarding the launch of Mavic Air2 in the event. Such stories have been strengthened due to the filling of an FCC form confirming the name of the new drone. It means that the people could expect that the company could announce about Mavic Air 2 on April 27. Even though the drone will not be available for preorder immediately. If you are not familiar with the drone line up of DJI, then it is worthwhile to know that the company is famous for manufacturing mid-range models of drone Mavic air, which is highly popular among the beginners and enthusiasts of drone both. According to some leaks, the new drone, Mavic air 2, will have the ability to shoot the videos of 4K along with folding down into a package that will be travel friendly. It seems that the look of Mavic 2 will remain quite different and much better than that of Mavic Air. The new drone might have a battery power of 3500mAh, which is quite an increase from the previous battery of 2375mAh used in the original drone.

According to DroneDJ, the pictures of the start manual of the new drone, Mavic Air 2, could be seen on ANATEL. According to the translated version of the manual, it appears that along with capturing photos of 48K megapixels and achieving the maximum speed of flying of 68.4 Km/h, the new drone has the flying time of almost 34 minutes in the air. According to DJI, the flying time of 34 minutes is quite a good increase in comparison to the flying time of 21 minutes in the original Mavic drone. The people can get some more ideas about the controllers of the new drone in the pictures posted on Twitter. Also, the new drone, Mavic Air 2, will have the new system of safety installed in it, which could be known as AirSense. The latest safety system will be installed in all new drone, which is going to be launched from the year 2020. The installation of such safety features will help the drone by sending ADS-B signals and warn them if the drones are on the course of collision from helicopters or planes.

Source :- https://meactivate.com/dji-mavic-air-2-leaks-rumors-other-details/

Daisy Martin is an avid technical blogger, a magazine contributor, a publisher of guides at mcafee.com/activate and a professional cyber security analyst. Through her writing, she aims to educate people about the dangers and threats lurking in the digital world.

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