There have always been impressive technologies coming out of Oppo’s INNO DAY events, and today’s 2022 edition is no exception. Oppo unveiled several very distinct products that are the result of years of practical research and span the gamut from custom processors, through e-Health devices, to smart accessories. Let’s dive in!
The best Bluetooth audio chip
We are now mostly using wireless Bluetooth earphones connected to our phones in order to listen to music, podcasts, or often make calls through, but the wireless connectivity has lagged behind wired one for a good while now. That is why Oppo has developed its second homebrew processor – the MariSilicon Y – as a Bluetooth audio SoC with wireless audio connectivity as good as wired one.
The SoC uses an exclusive URLC codec technology and a custom NPU with up to 590 GOPS of on-device computing power, so that MariSilicon Y supports 24-bit/192kHz lossless audio via a Bluetooth connection for the first time! Needless to say, here Oppo is leveraging its multiyear experience of making high-quality media players before moving into phones and smart accessories.
The OHealth H1 medical accessory
It is called the OHealth H1 and makes following six of the main health vitals of your family an easier task. The light and compact H1 “puck” can measure blood oxygen, make ECG, heart and lung auscultation, heart rate, body temperature, as well as do sleep tracking.
The OHealth H1 employs a number of high-precision sensors paired with proprietary algorithms to make exact health measurements from just laying your thumb on the device. It has stainless steel sensor connectors that can detect arrhythmia and atrial fibrillation with medical grade precision while making an ECG. The same higher quality approach goes for the rest of the vitals, as the H1 uses two inputs to measure the temperature accurately, for example, and ditto for the sleep tracking sensors.
Oppo Air Glass 2
Last but not least, Oppo announced its next-gen Air Glass 2 smart glasses that weigh only 38g by using “the world’s first resin SRG-diffractive waveguide lens developed by OPPO.”
They can be used as regular prescription lenses, all the while the Air Glass 2 allows you to make phone calls, translate speech in real time, receive directions from your navigation app, or be used by people with hearing difficulties to convert speech to text for them, exploring “all-new possibilities in human-machine interaction.”
The Oppo Airglass 2