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OPPO Shows Off New Rolling Phone Concept and AR Glasses

oppo inno day 2020

OPPO’s Inno day 2020 event is ongoing, and the company has already showcased three previously tipped concepts.

The first one is a rolling smartphone. The rolling phone can be expanded to offer more screen in a tablet-sized form factor, a different approach to the folding phones like the Galaxy Fold (can be unfolded to a big form factor).

The Oppo X 2021 rolling phone uses an OLED display that measures 6.7-inches. But when expanded, you get more screen real estate. When “rolled out,” Oppo X 2021 offers 7.4-inches of the screen.

“The OPPO X 2021 rollable concept handset is the latest achievement of OPPO’s R&D in flexible display and structural stacking, bringing users more natural interactive experience,” the company says.

It features three proprietary technologies; Roll Motor powertrain, 2-in-1 Plate, and self-developed Warp Track high-strength screen laminate. The rollable screen allows users to adjust the screen size depending on their needs, the company says.

Oppo X 2021 concept

Oppo X 2021 concept

Aside from the Oppo X 2021, The company showcased OPPO AR Glass 2021 concept. Headling features of the concept include a stereo fisheye camera, one ToF sensor, and one RGB camera.

OPPO says the new concept is almost 75% than its predecessor, which the company showcased at last year’s Oppo Inno day 2019. The company has taken a fresh look at the AR Glass with a design revamp called “split design.”

Here’s how the Oppo AR Glass 2021 Concept looks like;

OPPO AR Glass 2021


The new concept can be connected to Oppo’s latest flagship phone, Find X2 Pro, via USB C cable.

The company also showcased the new CybeReal AR application. OPPO touts the application to deliver high-precision localization and scene recognition powered by real-time, spatial calculation technology.

These products are still in the concept phase, and no one knows when we should expect to see them on the market.

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