INNO Day 2022 sees Oppo launch new family health product, MariSilicon Y Bluetooth SoC, and Assisted Reality glasses

The three new products were announced in China today, ahead of tomorrow’s launch of new smartphone products.

OHealth H1

First on the list of new products is the OHealth H1 family health monitor, which is part of the Chinese firms aim to improve healthcare, with smart solutions for users, hospitals, and clinics.

The product combines six different health data monitoring functions intended for a whole family to use in a single device.

It measures:

  • Blood Oxygen
  • ECG
  • Heart and Lung Auscultation
  • Heart Rate
  • Body Temperature
  • Sleep Tracking

It does this through multiple sensors and industry-leading algorithms, which will allow users to take better care of their health and of other family members.

Weighing 95g, users can easily carry the product with them anywhere.

MariSilicon Y

Following the introduction of the MariSilicon X imaging NPU, as featured in devices such as the Oppo Find X5 Pro and Oppo Reno 8 Pro, Oppo has now created its own dedicated silicon for improved, lossless, Bluetooth audio.

The chip, based on advanced N6RF process technology, increases Bluetooth bandwidth by 50% compared with the highest specification Bluetooth SoCs on the market, and has up to 590 GOPS of on-device computing power – enough to transmit 24-bit 192kHz lossless audio over Bluetooth for the first time.

Products featuring this custom chip will likely be announced in early 2023.

Air Glass 2

The final new product shown was the Oppo Air Glass 2 AR glasses, weighing just 38g and featuring a super light design that includes the world’s first SRG-diffractive waveguide lens developed by Oppo.

These lenses support vision correction and further customisation that can make them almost identical in look to regular glasses.

Air Glass 2 will be able to make phone calls, translate in real-time, give location-based navigation, concert voice to text, along with many more smart experiences.

The glasses are intended to demo new possibilities, as well as ‘showcasing Oppo’s technological exploration of its four Smart Initiatives’.


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