A new DJI product has just hit the FCC database. And it appears that Pocket 2, the beloved handheld camera by DJI, is finally getting a much-needed upgrade. The name of the product released on the FCC database today is Osmo Pocket 3, and, according to the label information, it will be powered by a 1,300 mAh battery. For comparison, Pocket 2 gets its juice from an 875 mAh battery.

You can take a look at the FCC label information below:

FCC filings tend to pop up not too long before a product is released commercially. And if leaks are to be believed, the successor to Pocket 2 could be unveiled as soon as October 25.

DJI launched Pocket 2 in October 2020, almost three years to the date. As such, a refresh for the tiny camera line is long overdue. To be fair though, the tech giant has kept the software improvements coming — enhancing the autofocus feature, giving the 117g mini camera a new HDR Video capability, and improving its subject-tracking…

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Source: dronedj.com