Update - OPPO has shown its self-developed retractable camera tech with a 1/1.56″ sensor, 50 mm equivalent lens, and f/2.4 aperture. It also shows that supports water-resistant and has similar pop-up front camera tech when it detects a fall the lens retracts.
OPPO has also confirmed that will use its first self-developed chip, but it is based on an NPU 6nm EUV process instead of an SoC or an ISP, according to the rumors.
Earlier - OPPO has announced its annual INNO Day 2021 event that will be held on December 14th and 15th, where the company will unveil technological advancements for the future with the theme is “Reimagining the Future”. There will be a keynote speed and innovative product launch event on December 14th and the company will introduce a flagship product that could be a foldable phone on December 15th.
The company is already sending an invitation-only in China, which is a French classic science fiction adventure novel ‘Vingt Mille Lieues Sous Les Mers’ that written by Jules Verne, which translates to ‘Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas’.
According to the earlier rumors, the company will launch this year its first flagship foldable smartphone to be called OPPO Find N. It will feature an 8-inch internal folding screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and a 6.5-inch 60Hz external screen.
This could be run on Snapdragon 888 processor with a self-developed imaging chip and new imaging technologies. It could feature a triple rear camera setup where a 50MP primary camera with a Sony IMX766 sensor along with 16MP ultra-wide camera with a Sony IMX481 sensor, a 13MP camera with a Samsung S5K3M5 sensor with a matrix design, and a 32MP punch-hole front-facing camera.
OPPO Innoworld visitors can also participate in the launch remotely using customized avatars, and they can visit all virtual exhibition halls. We should know more details about the upcoming new products in the coming week.