During the Oppo Inno Day 2022 event, the company announced three new products, including the next generation of assisted reality glasses – Oppo AirGlass 2 along with the MariSilicon Y processor and the OHealth H1, a health monitoring device.
Oppo AirGlass 2 is the second generation of assistive smart glasses that weighs just 38 grams. It comes with a classic design and features a resin SRG diffractive waveguide lens that supports vision correction and adjustments. Users can make calls, translate in real time, access navigation and even convert speech to text in real time, which is a useful feature for users with hearing impairments.
MariSilicon Y is a second custom silicon from Oppo. This custom audio processor uses N6RF process technology. MariSilicon Y uses a proprietary Pro Bluetooth pack that is said to provide 50 percent more bandwidth.
It also uses URLC codec technology along with a dedicated NPU of up to 590 GOPS computing power on the device, capable of transmitting 24-bit/192kHz frequency and transmitting lossless audio via Bluetooth. The MariSilicon Y will be featured on Oppo brand’s upcoming wireless headphones and earphones.
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Finally, Oppo also presented OHealth H1, a compact health monitoring device. The device is capable of measuring blood oxygen, ECG, heart and lung auscultation, heart rate, body temperature and sleep recording. It is said to use high-precision sensors and leading health algorithms. The device weighs 95g and has an oval design, making it easy to carry.
At the moment there is no information on when these devices will be available on the market. Considering the upcoming products, Oppo is expected to launch some of the products along with the announcement of its next flagship smartphone – Oppo Find X6 powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.