You can control Tello directly via Tello app or with a supported Bluetooth remote controller connected to the Tello app.
Tello can perform eight different flips, fly up and down from your hand in Bounce mode, or automatically record short videos with EZ Shots.
Yes, Tello is safe to fly indoors. Tello can also fly outdoors, but it is only recommended to do so in windless conditions.
Tello's camera is capable of capturing photos and recording videos. With EZ Shots, users can fly in three specific patterns while recording short videos.
Photos and video will save to your smartphone. You can export files from your smartphone as needed.
Maximum video transmission range is approximately 100m, but that range may vary according to your environment.
You can either charge one battery via the USB port on the aircraft or charge three batteries simultaneously using the battery charging hub.
No. If you do so, you may lose the photos or video taken during your last flight.
You can replace propellers by manually by detaching the old ones and mounting new ones.
Tello's propellers and motor casings are marked for differentiation. CW and CCW propellers must only be attached to CW and CCW motors, respectively. CW propellers have notches near where they attach to the motors, and CW motor casings are also marked with notches. CCW propellers and motors both do not have notches.
You can update Tello's firmware via the Tello app.
If the update fails, reconnect your Tello to the Tello app and try again.
Not at this time.
Tello is currently compatible with the Gamesir remote controller or Apple MFi - Certified Bluetooth remote controllers.
Tello currently supports Scratch programming. More programming platforms will be available in future.