Oppo’s new concept phone, the Oppo X2021 may look like an average smartphone at first glance, but it does offer a rollable display.
Normally, the screen of the device is set at 6.7 inches, however, in tablet mode the smartphone has a 7.4 inch screen.
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Oppo calls a “constantly changing LED display”, with a quick toggle the phone’s screen can be adjusted anywhere from 6.7 to 7.4 inches.
During a demo demonstrating the new technology, a video shows how the phone resizes itself to fill the screen. Oppo X2020 can do the same with other apps like Twitter.
The device features a second placed on a ‘lap track’, and then a 6.8mm roll motor is used to move the display into a box.
Next, the rollball screen consists of two parts of a 2-in-1 plate that roll out at the same time for better support.
Oppo has also unveiled smart glasses called ‘Oppo AR Glass 2021’. That’s a reasonable fact that the China-based company says is 75 percent lighter than its predecessor released last year.
Smart glasses include a stereo fish camera for gesture recognition, a time-of-light sensor and an RGB camera. They connected directly to the Snapdragon 865-based Fide X2 Pro smartphone via a USB-C cable.
It’s important to note that Oppo’s smartphones haven’t been officially released in Canada, so the Oppo X2021 is unlikely to ever make its way here. The price of a futuristic looking smartphone is also unknown.
Source: Oppo Roy: @ISUNverse