Oppo's Inno Day 2021 announced a new wearable referred to as the Oppo Air Glass. This “assisted reality” glass from the smartphone manufacturer will go on sale early next year.
The Air Glass is said to weigh just 30g in total. It will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100 processor along with a "heads up display". The display sports a tiny projector highlighting a micro-LED setup with a five-piece glass lens. The glass will house a monochrome display with either 16 or 256 levels of grayscale depending on the mode.
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Micro-LED tech is capable of up to 3 million nits peak brightness and up to 1,400 nits in average conditions. The company claims that the battery can give 3 hours of active usage and 40 hours on standby.
The Oppo Air Glass can be operated via touch, voice, hand tracking, and head tracking. Users will also be able to use a Smart Glass app on a smartphone with Oppo’s ColorOS 11 or above. The glass can be used for notifications and directions, and features like teleprompting and real-time translation will be present as well.
There are two frame designs that Oppo is working on, a silver half-frame and a black full-frame. These frames are available in two sizes. The inside of the frame houses a magnetic port that allows it to be connected to conventional glasses.
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