DJI Avata 2 rumours: photos, technical data and release date [Update]

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All rumors and leaks about the possible DJI Avata 2

We summarise all the latest rumours about the DJI Avata 2 for you. Possible technical data, functions, first photos, price and release date. All leaks about the possible new DJI drone summarised.

New DJI drones have been quiet for a long time. But now numerous rumours about a possible DJI Avata 2 are doing the rounds. As always, all information should be treated with caution, as DJI does not usually comment on new products in advance. But as we already know from the past: the sources mentioned have mostly been correct with their forecasts and leaks.

However, based on the reliable sources and the data available so far, we consider the rumours to have a very high degree of veracity.

Update from 27.04.2024 12:00:
But now there is really nothing more to shake about the upcoming launch of the DJI Avata 2. The first images of the packaging have now seen the light of day. In addition to the drone itself, they also show the contents of the package and further details on the technical data.

A very important note on the packaging is the mention of the C1 label as a drone class. This means that the Avata 2 drone can be used much more flexibly than its predecessor model, which as an existing drone does not require the Cx label and has been restricted to the Open A3 category since 1 January 2024.

Update from 18.03.24 16:40:
In the meantime, an official entry has appeared in the FCC database with the name for the DJI Avata 2. This at least confirms the existence of the new drone. As the entry only contains a few technical details, only the battery can be compared with the previous rumours. There are differences here, as the capacity is lower according to the FCC entry (31.74 Wh and 2150mAh) than in the first rumours (50.1Wh and 3200mAh).

Alleged first photos of the DJI Avata 2

The first round of DJI Avata 2 rumours and leaks makes an alleged photo of the upcoming new drone.

Alleged photo of the new DJI Avata 2

The photo shows a drone that looks very similar to the previous DJI Avata. The model clearly bears the lettering DJI Avata 2 and, in comparison to its predecessor, appears somewhat longer and is therefore likely to be heavier.

It is also noticeable that the new drone uses propellers with 3 rotor blades instead of the previous 5. Unfortunately, the drone’s camera is not visible. What changes there might be here is therefore still open.

Potential new DJI Googles 3 confirm rumours

The rumours of a new DJI Avata drone are also supported by the appearance of the first photos of DJI Googles 3 video goggles.

Can we see the new DJI Googles 3 on the right?

The new design of the goggles is striking compared to the current model, which is compatible with the Avata drone. The new DJI Googles 3 apparently have two cameras on the front. This could mean that the new video goggles are equipped with AR functions that allow the wearer of the goggles to continue to see their surroundings while the image from the drone is superimposed over them.

DJI RC Motion 3 and DJI FPV Remote Controller 3 appear in FCC database

In the meantime, two new entries have also been found in the American product database FCC, which refer to two new remote controllers from DJI and thus further fuel the rumours about the Avata 2. These are the DJI RC Motion 3 (FCC entry SS3-TKMO324) and the DJI FPV Remote Controller 3 (FCC entry SS3-FC8BGC24) remote controllers.

The first model enables innovative control of the Avata drones using hand movements, while the second remote controller is a conventional controller with joysticks.

However, it is not yet known what differences there will be to the previous models of the controllers.

Possible technical data of the DJI Avata 2

According to a further leak on X, the technical data of the DJI Avata 2 is said to be involved. According to the author, these were compiled from various Chinese forums and, like all the data mentioned here, should of course be treated with caution.

  • Dimensions: 180 x 216 x 82 mm
  • Weight: 458g
  • Camera:
    • 1/1.3-inch CMOS sensor
    • Image resolution: 48MP
    • Video resolution: 4k/120fps (2.7k/240fps)
    • Colour profile: D-Log M
    • Image stabilisation: RockSteady 3
  • Battery: 50.1Wh 31.74Wh according to new FCC entry
  • 14,76V
  • 3200mAh 2150mAh
  • max. flight time: 27 minutes
  • Video transmission protocol: OcuSync 4 (O4)

If the above data is correct, the DJI Avata 2 would be a noticeable improvement on the current model. For example, this model has a maximum flight time of just 18 minutes and only delivers 60fps video resolution in 4K. The sensor in the potential new model is also slightly larger than its predecessor (1/1.3-inch).

All in all, the Avata 2 should therefore not be a revolution, but a very good evolution of the previous Avata model.

Expected release date of the DJI Avata 2

The possible release date is also already taking shape. According to another X article, the dates 09.04. and 11.04. are on the cards. Apparently, the DJI Avata 2 will therefore be officially unveiled on 11 April 2024.

If the information is correct, we should be able to look forward to a new DJI drone in 2024 shortly after Easter. We are keeping up with the rumours and will update this article accordingly with further details on the possible DJI Avata 2.

🤔💭What do you think of the rumours so far? Do you expect the DJI Avata 2 to be released soon? Are you excited about the new drone? Feel free to leave your opinion in our community forum below this post.

Dimitri is the founder of and has been working at skyzr since 2021. He has been fascinated by the topic of drones since 2016. When he is not flying a drone, he is responsible for planning and developing new concepts for the platform as well as writing and creating content. He is also responsible for the technical implementation and maintenance. His training as an IT specialist for system integration and his bachelor's degree in media informatics help him with this.
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