Ultimate selfie drone is attached to your phone case

The ultimate selfie is not taken by an outstretched arm but instead a flying drone attached to the back of your phone.

Published Jan 11, 2018 4:38 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:53 AM CST
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The times of taking a selfie with an outstretched arm is over as AEE has created a drone that attaches to the back of your phone case, and once activated, will hover at the perfect height for the ultimate selfie.

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Selfly is your very own selfie and recording drone assistant, merely unfolding the from the back of the users phone case will allow for on-the-fly selfies and live streams. The drone has the ability to take pictures in 1080p and record record in 60FPS but sadly only has a four-minute battery life. Selfly can take panoramic shots and allows for the user to set the drone at the perfect height using the virtual joysticks or the point-and-fly option within the app.

Of course having a drone attached to the back of your phone case is going to increase the width of your phone, but luckily enough it isn't as bad as you would think. Selfly only increases the width of the average phone by about half an inch, which is a small price to pay if selfies or 1080p recording wherever you go is something you desire to do for a short amount of time.

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The Selfly will be available this Spring for $130 and will also have a separate charging hub available for $30. Unfortunately, the drone will not charge when attached to the phone case so the charging hub is going to be a requirement. Selfly will be available to all recent Apple and Android devices.

NEWS SOURCE:engadget.com

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