Mota Group relaunches Lily drone with 4K video support

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A Lily drone will soon be available that users can hopefully get their hands on. Mota Group which acquired the brand name Lily is supposedly relaunching the product. They have come up with the next version of the product whose predecessor never actually made it to the market. The next in the line of the product allows users to lift up the drone using a single touch on the smartphone connected app. Similar to the earlier version, this drone also promises autonomous tracking feature for users.

Mota Group relaunches Lily drone with 4K video support

The drone will allow users to record 4K videos by automatically tracking the user who keeps a small tracking device that fits in pockets.

Lily drone was once one of the most anticipated camera drones throughout the globe. In May 2015, makers of Lily drone shared a video on YouTube which was an introductory video to their camera drone. The video went viral for the features the product promised to offer.

Earlier this year Lily drone was canceled and the makers promised to refund the amount scaling more than $30 million that they had received through pre-bookings. The refund is still ongoing.

The next version of the failed product is now in the making although it is still not certain if the device will be released at all. What is certain is the fact that the drone will not have the automatic take off feature which activates when the drone is tossed in the air.

Makers of the Lily had received a funding of $45 million in total and the product was canceled within a week of the promised date for release. If the next version manages to make its way to users, there are chances that the brand name might survive.

The drone will retail at $699 and there is an early bird offer where consumers who pre-book the gizmo can get it for as low as $499.


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