Yuneec’s Mantis Q will make you wish you bought a DJI drone

Back in August of 2018, Yuneec officially hopped on the portable UAV bandwagon and released a folding camera drone. The Mantis Q, as it’s called, is effectively the company’s answer to DJI’s wildly popular Mavic line, and as such, it’s equipped with a flurry of fun features that the company hopes will coax you away from DJI — things like folding arms, 4K camera, voice/gesture recognition, and a price under $500. But can it really stand up to DJI’s fleet?Now that Yuneec has had a few months to work out all the kinks, we took a Mantis Q out for an extended test to see how it stacks up against the competition.

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