Oppo recently held this year’s Inno Day 2020 event on November 17, so what did they show off this time?
The manufacturer showed off the Oppo rollable OLED screen smartphone along with its AR glasses in their event. The rollable smartphone is called the Oppo X 2021 concept rollable handset and the AR glasses are called Oppo AR Glass 2021.
The Oppo X 2021 concept device features a 6.7-inch OLED screen in its normal state, but a gesture on the side fingerprint scanner results in a maximum screen size of 7.4-inches in its extended state, with the help of proprietary Roll Motor powertrain. It also has curved edges with a USB Type-C port and speaker grills at the bottom.
One step ahead, to better support its rollable display, Oppo also created an interlocking backplate to improve the phone’s strength and robustness when rolled out. At last, to protect that delicate Oppo X 2021 smartphone rollable screen, Oppo created what it calls Warp Track that strengthens the screen, which is a durable laminate designed to increase durability and allows it to achieve a bending diameter of 6.8mm.
Coming up to the next announcement which is Oppo AR Glass 2021, Oppo says the AR Glass 2021 is 75% lighter than its last year’s model, and it’s slimmer and lighter than the original model. The redesigned headset will include a 3D ToF sensor, stereo fisheye cameras, standard RGB camera, Diffractive optical waveguide technology, and gesture and voice navigation. In simple words, the brand is flaunting a more accurate, natural AR experience.
Oppo says that it can be attached to an Oppo Find X2 Pro smartphone through a USB-C to USB-C cable, boosting CPU and GPU performance by up to 40% compared to the model showcased in 2019. Oppo said its birdbath optical solution improves image contrast by 53%, brightness uniformity by 98%, and pixels per degree by 40% in comparison to last year’s model. Oppo currently did not share any release date for these products but one thing is confirmed that they will be released sometime next year.