DJI Mavic Mini 2: Specs and details of new compact drone confirmed by an early unboxing video
DJI appears to be the verge of releasing a new drone, based on videos published on YouTube by Our Beatific World. DJI has not announced anything yet, but the Mavic Mini 2 is already available to purchase from retailers like Best Buy. The Mavic Mini 2 will retail for US$449 and comes with a 4K-capable camera for capturing footage. The camera support is supported by a 3-axis gimbal and be capable of flying for 31 minutes before it needs recharging.
The drone packs a 2,250 mAh battery, which is slightly smaller than the one that DJI included in the original Mavic Mini. Naturally, the remote remains, as does the attachment for connecting a smartphone. Based on the videos published by Our Beatific World, the Mavic Mini 2 will also support OcuSync 2.0 up to 10 km, although the drone lacks ActiveTrack or Obstacle Avoidance technology. The Mavic Mini continues to weigh 249 g, while the second-edition looks practically indistinguishable from its predecessor.
It is unclear when DJI plans to launch the Mavic Mini 2, but the company launched its predecessor on October 30, 2019. So, the company may be a day away from unveiling its next drone, which will complement the Mavic Air 2 that it announced in April.