OPPO innovations you cannot miss out on during MWC2022
The annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) is one of the biggest events in the technology industry and this year, OPPO is returning to MWC with its own booth and activities, all set under the theme of Shape the Future. During MWC2022, OPPO unveiled several new products, including its latest 5G CPE T2 and 150W&240W SUPERVOOC flash charge, while showcasing its flagships such as the OPPO Find X5 series and the OPPO Find N. In addition, OPPO will demonstrate a series of new technological achievements in areas such as smartphone form factor, imaging technology, AR, and 5G as it works towards building a more intelligent ecosystem for its global users in the age of the Internet of Experience. Here are just some of the great innovations that you do not want to miss out on during MWC2022.
OPPO Retractable Camera: a professional portrait lens packed into a compact smartphone
OPPO Retractable Camera
As camera technology has continued to advance, OPPO has consistently worked to put increasingly powerful photographic capabilities into users’ hands, packing the latest camera technology into thin and sleek smartphones and even exploring new form factors for smartphones. The new OPPO Retractable Camera reimagines the telephoto camera through a clever retractable design, increasing the equivalent focal length of the telephoto lens without impacting the compact size of the phone, which helps improve the phone’s overall portrait image capabilities.
The retractable mechanism gives the telephoto lens an equivalent focal length of 52 mm (2X optical zoom) when extended, allowing for a large 1/1.56-inch IMX766 image sensor to be housed in the phone. With features like optical image stabilization (OIS) and auto-focus (AF) also included, the solution delivers a more professional shooting experience across the board. Fully retracting the camera takes just 0.6s, and with drop protection, splash, and dust resistance, the OPPO Retractable Camera is a highly practical high-end portrait camera solution.
OPPO’s Next-Generation Under-Screen Camera Technology: improved images in a concealed camera
OPPO Under-screen Camera
OPPO’s next-generation under-screen camera (USC) technology for smartphones is also making an appearance at MWC2022. Combining innovations in hardware and proprietary algorithms, the new technology delivers the perfect balance between display clarity and camera quality.
The new USC technology introduces an innovative pixel geometry on the display, which slightly shrinks the size of each pixel without decreasing their number to provide a consistent 400-PPI high-quality resolution. Further to this, the use of transparent wiring results in a much finer display quality and a smoother visual experience. With each pixel circuit driving only 1 pixel (“1-to-1”), the chromaticity and brightness of the entire screen can be precisely controlled with a deviation of about 2%, allowing for more consistent and immersive viewing with accurate details and colors. In addition to these, OPPO’s AI imaging algorithms – including diffraction reduction, HDR and AWB – help reduce typical problems found in under-screen cameras, such as blurry images and image glare, ensuring that you can capture clearer, more natural-looking images.
OPPO Air Glass: revolutionizing the way we consume information
OPPO Air Glass
OPPO Air Glass, OPPO’s groundbreaking assisted reality (aR) device, is designed to be the “third screen” that users interact with day-to-day, following the smartphone and the smart watch. The unique monocle waveguide design of OPPO Air Glass features OPPO’s self-developed Spark Micro Projector — one of the most compact projection systems in the industry — a cutting-edge Micro LED, and a bespoke diffraction optical waveguide display. Together, these technological breakthroughs deliver bright and sharp content anytime, anywhere, to guarantee a superior aR experience at all times.
OPPO Air Glass can be worn much like a pair of regular glasses during daily use. When paired with OPPO Watch 2 and any OPPO smartphone with ColorOS 11 or above installed, it supports four intuitive methods of interaction in the form of touch, voice, hand motions, and head movements. Wearing the Glass allows information to be displayed more quickly and conveniently in front of your eyes while having convenient access to functions such as notifications, navigation, a teleprompter, smart translation, and more.
OPPO CybeReal 2.0: entering the future of mixed reality worlds
OPPO CybeReal 2.0
OPPO’s CybeReal 2.0 is a further showcase of OPPO’s exploration into a future where real and virtual worlds collide. Utilizing information collected by a smartphone’s camera, Bluetooth, gyroscope and more, OPPO CybeReal 2.0 can accurately identify the location and properties of physical objects in an environment, and then build a virtual replica that can be shared with others.
The new CybeReal 2.0 is powered by OPPO's latest spatial computing and positioning technologies, through which it can provide highly accurate and stable position and orientation data in relation to the physical environment, with high interference tolerance and low power consumption. CybeReal 2.0 brings you a more immersive and secure 360-degree mixed reality experience while further expanding the huge potential of AR and smart navigation systems.
OPPO Digital Human: human-like interaction that needs to be seen to be believed
OPPO Digital Human
OPPO Digital Human — OPPO's self-developed, hyper-realistic virtual character technology — can look, move, and interact like a real person. It brings together industry-leading AI capabilities such as semantic recognition, feature recognition, voice synthesis, lip-syncing, and dynamic expressions, to replicate up to 30 different kinds of facial patterns and expressions when interacting with others.
OPPO Digital Human can not only communicate verbally or through emotive expressions — it can also see the real world thanks to the introduction of the latest visual recognition technologies. Right now, this allows it to act as a virtual fitness coach, and in the future, more roles such as livestream hosting or customer service can be undertaken by the Digital Human as its interactions become more lifelike.