At its recent overseas product launch with the theme “One More Step,” OPPO announced a range of products – a new pair of TWS Earphones, a new watch, and two TVs, Expanding its IoT ecosystem.
OPPO Enco X True Wireless Noise Cancelling Earphones
Made in collaboration with Dynaudio, these earphones were tuned by Daniel Emonts, Chief Acoustic Specialist of Dynaudio A/S, and is also the acoustic designer of several Dynaudio award-winning speakers.
Bolstered with an exclusive DBEE 3.0 acoustic system and an innovative acoustic structural design, the OPPO Enco X is capable of producing the rich, precise texture of music at Hi-Fi quality while delivering balanced and natural sound.
OPPO TV S1 and R1
OPPO also introduced its own TV lineup. Available in three different models, the 65-inch TV S1 features a 4K QLED resolution Quantum Dot wide color gamut display. The NTSC 120% ultra-wide color gamut allows for purer and more vibrant images, as well as a softer and smoother color transition.
It also boasts a 120Hz refresh rate and variable refresh rate, so sports and games appear smoother and more natural.
OPPO has also partnered with Dynaudio to deliver immersive and cinematic sound quality. The TV S1 is equipped with 18 stereo surround speakers with a total power of up to 85W, supporting 5.1.2 channels and Dolby Atmos.
Additionally, OPPO also launched its first round dial smartwatch OPPO Watch RX along with an updated ColorOS Watch 1.5 that brings new dials, sports modes, and a variety of apps to improve the user experience.
One More Step Towards a More Connected Future
With the deployment of 5G and AI technologies across the globe, OPPO is moving into an era of IoT. As a world-leading technology brand, OPPO has long been more than a phone maker and has shifted its long-term focus to create a new IoT ecosystem.
The brand will focus on three key application scenarios – Personal Entertainment, Sports & Health, Home Appliance & Furnishing, and will gradually build up its product lineup around these themes.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.