OPPO 240W SUPERVOOC fast-charging is a game changer for the smartphone world, and it could be combing to one of their devices soon. It can charge a 4500mAh battery to 100% in 9-minutes or less and without any special hubs or cables. This charging technology is rumored to be included in the OPPO Find X6 Pro, successor to the OPPO Find X5 Pro which boasts 80W wired charging.
At Mobile World Congress 2022 in Barcelona today, Oppo debuted their all-new record breaking charging technology: 240W SUPERVOOC flash charge. This is capable of charging a 4,500mAh battery to 100% in a blazing fast 9 minutes, truly pushing the boundaries of charging power. To keep things safe, Oppo uses five safety protection measures as well as a specially designed control chip capable of monitoring voltage, current as well as temperature. Read more for a video demonstration and additional information.
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Front-facing smartphone cameras have never matched the quality of the rear sensors, which means selfie quality is typically not up to par. Oppo Mobile Telecommunications’ utility patent, published on December 23, 2021, shows a device with a small rear display that would solve the issue. Put simply, you would be able to take exceptional selfies using the rear camera system. Read more for the patent sketches and additional information.
Officially launched at Inno Day 2021, the Oppo Find N is the company’s first flagship foldable smartphone. Featuring a 7.1″ inner AMOLED (1729 x 1920) @ 120Hz, a 5.49″ outer AMOLED (1927 x 988) @ 60Hz, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, up to 12GB of RAM, 512GB of internal UFS 3.1 storage, a triple rear camera setup (50MP Sony IMX766 f/1.8 primary + 16MP Sony IMX481 f/2.2 ultra-wide + 13MP Samsung S5K3M5 f/2.4 telephoto), and two frong cameras (32MP f/2.4). Read more for an unboxing and hands-on video review.
Oppo Air Glass was unveiled at Inno Day 2021, and it’s essentially an aR (assisted Reality) device that comes equipped with the company’s Spark Micro Projector, Micro LED technology, and a custom diffraction optical waveguide display. It supports four different user interactions through touch, voice, head movement, and hand motion, which provides instant access to information. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
During the 2021 Inno Day virtual event, Oppo teased the Find N, the company’s first foldable flagship smartphone. The official launch is set to take place on December 15th, but we do know that this device is a result of four years of intense R&D that included six generations of prototypes. It’s OPPO’s answer to the future of smartphones, offering fast charging technologies, high refresh rates, mobile photography covering several focal lengths, and 5G connectivity. Read more for the short teaser video and additional information.
Oppo’s annual Inno Day event is set to take place next week in Shenzhen, China, kicking off at 4:00pm local time (3:00 EST). One smartphone technology that will be unveiled is a telescoping, retractable camera designed specially for smartphones. No additional information was released, but the company did release a short teaser video that shows water resistance and possibly a fall detection mechanism. Read more for the video and additional information.
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Oppo Mobile Telecommunications recently had a patent with the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) approved on September 16, 2021, titled ‘electronic device and image capture direction control method therefor’, and the sketches appear to show a multi-directional camera built into the side of a smartphone. Where does this come in handy? Well, imagine being at a car show and a rarity drives by on your side. Normally, you’d have to orient yourself and the smartphone to take a picture, this side-mounted sensor eliminates that inconvenience. Read more for additional pictures and information.
The problem with under screen cameras on smartphones is that when the display is off, you can still see the lens. OPPO changes that with their newest version, which gets rid of the inconsistent display quality in the screen area above the under-screen camera, poor image quality caused by screen obstructing the camera by and product reliability issues. To start, new innovative pixel geometry shrinks the size of each pixel without decreasing the number of pixels to ensure a 400-PPI high-quality display even in the camera area. Read more for a video and additional information.
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In a recently uncovered patent, Guangdong Oppo Mobile Telecommunications appears to be working on a dual-sided smartphone with a wraparound display. The sketches from the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO), under a filing called ‘Method for assembling and disassembling electronic equipment’, shows how the device might look with a flexible display that wraps around both front and back. Read more for additional pictures and information.