Autel Robotics does not want you to see its new Nano drone. Or does it? In a new video that surfaced earlier today, we can see all the current drone models from Autel Robotics and a few new ones. The video ends with the Autel spokesperson putting his hand in front of the camera to prevent us from seeing anything more.
Autel does not want you to see its new Nano drone. Or does it?
The video shows the new Autel Nano drone and the other DJI Air 2S competitor drone. The photos we were able to show you earlier are clearly stills from the same video footage. We see the three Autel Nano Drones in the front with the DJI Air 2S competitor drone in the back.
Here is the original video of leaked new Autel small drone, normally an unannounced product should never appear in their exhibition hall. So this is a way of marketing. pic.twitter.com/h7mBuYGHOP
The video in itself doesn’t really show us anything new other than providing an example of how drone makers ‘accidentally’ leak photos and video to increase awareness and create excitement around new and soon-to-be-launched products. Interestingly, this video was shared on Twitter by OsitaLV, the infamous DJI leaker.
Here’s a video of how Autel Robotics produces the Autel EVO II drones.
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