Oppo was founded by Tony Chen in 2001, nearly 19 years ago. The Chinese company isn't the only one working on rollable panels - LG's B Project is coming in March, a rollable phone that will use an LG Display panel.
Last but not least, the CybeReal AR application uses real-time, spatial calculation technology to build and localize the surrounding with high precision to reconstruct the world down to centimeters accuracy that is also supported by several techs working together, including OPPO Cloud and the device's Wi-Fi, BlueTooth and Global Positioning System.
So, the OPPO INNO DAY 2020 happened a few days ago in Shenzhen. They also showcase the appearance and the features of both.
Oppo is no stranger to its unique designed phones, thinking out of the ordinary with the ways their phones look and what to bring to the table next.
In simple words, the company has confirmed that it will not release the rollable phone commercially. It looks very awesome even after rolling. It doesn't disturb the design.
Whereas the next product, Oppo AR Glass 2021, will go to augmented reality glasses, which Merge whatever you see in the real world with virtual information.
OPPO makes quite a few different phones. On the rear, it packs a square-shaped triple camera module and a physical fingerprint scanner. Here, the camera can support your hand gestures, given with 21 points, and by tracking that we can interact with different parts of UI, it means we can control it by our hand. The device expands from 6.7-inch to 7.4-inch when you want a big screen experience. For those unaware, Oppo X 2021 is a rollable concept smartphone is developed by Oppo R&D and it comes with the company's three proprietary technologies which include Roll Motor powertrain, 2-in-1 Plate and self-developed Wrap Trach high-strength screen laminate which is made using high-strength steel. For more such updates, stay tuned with us.