During its annual Inno Day presentation, Oppo unveiled three new products – the OHealth H1 health monitor, the MariSilicon Y chip, and the Air Glass 2 AR glasses.
Oppo’s second custom-developed chip follows the MariSilicon X dedicated imaging chip. A Bluetooth audio system on a chip, the MariSilicon Y is not a successor.
Compared to current Bluetooth SoCs, MariSilicon Y uses the advanced N6RF process technology that increases Bluetooth bandwidth by 50%.
A first for the industry, Oppo says, is the ability to transmit 24-bit/192kHz lossless audio over Bluetooth.
Oppo then announced the OHealth brand and the OHealth H1 health monitor. The device can monitor a family member’s blood oxygen level, perform an ECG (electronic cardiogram), check heart rate and body temperature, and even track sleeping habits.
The oval design of the OHealth H1 is rounded, and it weighs just 95g. Oppo’s health algorithms combine monitored data with health algorithms to provide a comprehensive health picture. This data will be shared with doctors, hospitals, and clinics through the monitor.
Oppo Air Glass 2
Oppo announced its latest Assisted Reality product, the Air Glass 2. The Air Glass 2 weighs just 38g while featuring a robust design. Oppo says it developed the world’s first resin SRG-diffractive waveguide lens.
As well as supporting vision correction, the frames will be further customizable.
The Air Glass 2 from Oppo can be used to make calls, translate in real-time, give location-based navigation, convert voice into text, and more.