Oppo's annual Inno Day kicked off with an online presentation that showcased three of the company's innovative new products: the OHealth H1 health monitor, the MariSilicon Y chip, and the Air Glass 2 augmented reality goggles.
After the success of the MariSilicon X, Oppo set out to create its next custom-made chip to serve as the company's dedicated imaging NPU. Instead of being a replacement, the MariSilicon Y is a Bluetooth audio system integrated circuit.
In comparison to standard Bluetooth SoCs, the MariSilicon Y's bandwidth increases by a whopping 50 percent thanks to the use of the cutting-edge N6RF process technology.
In layman's terms, this means that 24-bit/192kHz lossless audio can be transmitted via Bluetooth, which, according to Oppo, is a first in the industry.
Then, Oppo introduced its OHealth brand and its first product, the OHealth H1 fitness tracker. It can check your heart rate, body temperature, and oxygen levels, as well as perform an electrocardiogram, auscultation (listening to your heart and lungs like a doctor does with a stethoscope), and even monitor your sleep quality.
The OHealth H1 is only 95g and has a smooth, oval form factor. In order to provide a comprehensive health overview, it combines the collected data with Oppo's health algorithms. The data collected by the monitor can be transmitted to medical professionals and healthcare facilities.
At long last, Oppo revealed its newest Augmented Reality product, the Air Glass 2. The new Air Glass 2 is incredibly light at just 38g, but its construction is extremely sturdy. Oppo claims that its waveguide lens is the first resin SRG-diffractive waveguide lens in use.
Both the lenses and the frames will have expanded personalization options.
Calling, real-time translation, location-based navigation, voice-to-text for the deaf, and more will all be possible with Oppo's Air Glass 2.