DJI RC Motion 3 FPV controller

DJI Avata 2, RC Motion 3, FPV RC 3 hit the FCC ahead of April launch

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Listings for DJI Avata 2, RC Motion 3 and FPV Remote Controller 3 have shown up on the FCC, suggesting DJI is gearing up for the DJI Avata 2 launch.

UPDATE: DJI Avata 2 has now hit the FCC database!

The listings came online earlier today, with the RC Motion 3 being listed under TKMO324 and Remote Controller 3 being listed under FC8BGC24. Both have been given a short-term confidentiality date of 09/14/2024.

These new products join the DJI Avata 2 and DJI Goggles 3 which leaked last week.

DJI RC Motion 3

While we don’t know much about the new RC Motion 3, we do know it will feature a 3.6v 2600mAh 9.36Wh battery with a similar design to the previous two models.

DJI FPV Remote Controller 3

FPV Remote Controller 3 will feature the exact same size battery as the RC Motion 3 and looks to also have a similar design to the previous generation FPV controllers.

DJI Avata 2

DJI Avata has now also shown up at the FCC, confirming DJI’s next FPV drone is coming very soon!

According to a source close to DroneXL, DJI Avata 2 is expected to release on April 11th, which lines up with these FCC listing as DJI often has consumer products showing up one to two months before an international release.

The image, shared on X/Twitter by @JasperEllens shows a drone that closely resembles the original DJI Avata with a slightly longer footprint. The rear of the drone also mentions the name Avata 2, suggesting this is in fact the DJI Avata 2.

DJI Avata 2 looks to have spot on the top for a 4G module to sit in, bringing it in line with most of DJI’s enterprise drones. Having a 4G module would allow Avata 2 to be used for long distance and complex flights.

Based on the lighting of the image, it looks like the drone has been cutout of a real-life image rather than a render. This could mean the Avata 2 is still in testing. If we were to see a marketing image of the drone, a release would be close.

DJI Goggles 3

DJI Goggles 3, shared on X/Twitter by @RX_LOSS looks to take on the design of the latest generation goggles and updates it to look a little sleeker while adding two cameras on the front. On the top of the goggles, we can see text printed on it, saying ‘Display Unit’, which means stores are already recieving these goggles or this is from a DJI employee.

The face rest extends above the goggles and is on a hinge to better fit to your face. Looking at the cameras, these could allow for pass-through video so you can see the Avata 2 flying when taking-off and landing. The cameras could also be used to notify you if someone is coming up to you.