Oppo has announced that it will be holding its Inno Day 2020 event next week.The company showed off in-display selfie camera tech and AR glasses at its 2019 event.It’s now confirmed that new AR Glass tech will be shown off at its 2020 event.
Update: November 13 2020 (2:25AM ET): Oppo confirmed earlier this week that it will be holding its Inno Day 2020 event soon (see original article below), and we wondered what the manufacturer would show off. Now, the firm has revealed on Twitter that we can expect an improved take on its AR Glass technology. Check out the image below.
The teaser image seems to suggest a sleeker design compared to last year’s bulky AR Glass. Presumably it still offers hand-tracking, 3D surround sound, and 3D reconstruction. We’re expecting a few more tech demos at the event, so you’ll want to tune in on November 17 for all the details.
Original article: November 12 2020 (2:27AM ET): Oppo hosted its first Inno Day in December last year, and it used the event to demonstrate some cutting edge technologies it’s working on. We saw and got to play with technologies like in-display selfie cameras and AR headsets at the 2019 event.
Now, the company has announced that it will be holding its Inno Day 2020 event on November 17 in Shenzhen, China (at 4PM local time). Check out the event image below.
So what could Oppo have up its sleeve next week? Frequent tipster Digital Chat Station notes that it’ll show off three concept products at Inno Day 2020. Furthermore, the leaker claims that Oppo is currently working on in-folding foldables, a new generation of in-display selfie cameras, 125W wired/65W wireless charging tech, and various optical zoom technologies. So we’d guess that at least one or two of these technologies will show up next week.
Oppo actually announced a hybrid zoom periscope lens system earlier this year, offering variable zoom between 3.3x and 5.4x and up to 11x hybrid zoom. It therefore stands to reason that we might see this tech in action at the event.
Hopefully some of these technologies demonstrated next week make their way into commercially available smartphones in 2021. What tech would you like to see from Oppo next year? Take our poll below!