Tecno debuts its Chameleon Coloring Technology at MWC

The premiere of Tecno’s new Chameleon Coloring Technology marks the company’s grand opening at Mobile World Congress. It can generate a broad range of color patterns at the press of a trigger. This tech can be added to the rear of a device like a mobile phone to give it more beauty. A grid of sub-micron prism material is used in the Chameleon Coloring Technology. It also uses a full-spectrum electrically-controller prism coloring technique. In addition, this tech shifts its direction when an electric field is applied. The material can scatter light in a variety of wavelengths by carefully regulating the orientation of the prism. It, therefore, creates an impression of a broad range of iridescent hues.

Tecno Chameleon Coloring Technology

To be explicit, the substance does not function as a monitor. It also does not emit any light. Instead, it disperses light from its surface, giving it color. The software of the device allows you to directly select from a total of 1600 various hues for the sub-micron prism arrangement. Or it may vary instantly depending on the battery level, music, or notifications. Users can do this up to 2 million times. This makes it quite durable even with multiple changes over the course of a day.

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Tecno Chameleon Coloring Technology

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The material has a 0.03-second hue shift time. It also uses very little energy; 100 changes throughout the course of a day use as much energy as viewing a 5-minute movie. The color-changing backs are nothing new for Tecno. The Tecno Camon 19 Pro Mondrian Edition was introduced by the company last year. Its back panel used polychromatic photoisomer tech and could change color when subjected to sunlight’s UV rays. Although the new Chameleon Coloring Technology hasn’t yet found a place in a planned device, it’s possible that the company will release a mobile phone with the tech sooner rather than later.

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