OPPO unveils new Air Glass 3 at MWC 2024

OPPO takes a huge step towards AI.

OPPO showcased a series of new products and collaborations at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 in Barcelona, Spain.

The company unveiled a prototype for its new generation of assisted reality glasses, OPPO Air Glass 3, powered by AndesGPT.

They also announced their collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies and AlpsenTek to introduce a new AI Motion algorithm that enables high-speed cameras to capture fast-moving objects without blur.

Additionally, OPPO and Microsoft partner to bring Copilot to OPPO smartphone users this year.

OPPO Air Glass 3

The OPPO Air Glass 3 is a lightweight and immersive augmented reality (AR) glasses. It weighs just 50 grams and features a self-developed resin waveguide with a refractive index of 1.70, a display brightness uniformity of more than 50%, and a peak eye brightness of more than 1,000 nits. These specifications enable the glasses to deliver clear and vivid images in various lighting conditions.

Xi Yu
Yi XU, Director of XR Technology at OPPO

The OPPO Air Glass 3 also supports touch interaction, which can be used to control music playback, voice calls, information display, color image browsing, and more. It also features reverse sound field technology, an open acoustic design with four microphones, and other innovations that improve noise isolation to deliver high audio quality and enhanced privacy protection.

The AR glasses are powered by OPPO’s AndesGPT AI model, through a smartphone via the Air Glass app. Users can access the AI by lightly pressing the temple of the device to activate the AI voice assistant. AndesGPT is OPPO’s first self-trained generative AI model which features dialogue enhancement, personalization, and cloud-device collaboration.

OPPO and Qualcomm Technologies introduce AI Motion algorithm

At MWC 2024, OPPO is joining Qualcomm Technologies and startup AlpsenTek to showcase its new AI Motion algorithm based on Hybrid Vision Sensing (HVS) technology. HVS technology combines traditional RBG image data and event vision sensing (EVS) motion data to enable high-speed cameras to capture fast-moving objects without blur.

Using AI Motion, smartphones can perform image deblurring and high frame rate image interpolation, enabling the capture of true 960fps slow-motion videos in 4K resolution. This technology can also be applied to other scenarios, such as sports, gaming, and security.

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OPPO and Microsoft partner to bring Copilot to OPPO phones

OPPO and Microsoft will soon bring Copilot to OPPO phones. Through Microsoft Link to Windows and a new plugin, OPPO users will be able to use Copilot to generate content, translate text messages, and search addresses on their smartphones via a connected PC.

OPPO is showcasing a range of products with other partners, including Google, Qualcomm Technologies, and MediaTek, at MWC 2024. The company also announced that OPPO Reno11 Series and Find N3 in global markets will soon get generative AI features, including OPPO AI Eraser, within the second quarter of 2024.

OPPO invests in AI research and development

On February 20, OPPO established the OPPO AI Center — a new hub designed to better focus the company’s resources towards R&D in AI. The center aims to accelerate the development and application of AI across OPPO’s products and services, as well as to foster collaboration with industry partners and academia.

As of December 31, 2023, OPPO has filed over 3,160 global patents related to AI. The company also recently released the AI Smartphone White Paper, providing a comprehensive analysis and outlook on future trends and key applications in AI.

OPPO will continue to invest in the development and application of AI, working closely with partners around the world to bring products and services that enhance the mobile experience. is one of the most active tech sites in the Philippines. We enjoy sharing interesting and relevant stories about the latest trends in technology, developments in mobile phones and social media, and modern digital and geek culture.

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