Oppo showcased its take on the under-screen camera and premiered MeshTalk technology on the stage of MWC Shanghai 2019. Earlier this month, Oppo had teased the in-display camera as a perfect notchless smartphone screen experience. And as for MeshTalk, it is their proprietary technology that let you communicate with other OPPO devices without cellular networks, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. Let’s go into the details.
Oppo Under-Screen Camera
Oppo employs a customized camera module placed under a “highly-transparent” material. This module uses specialized algorithms and zoning control on the screen to capture and channelize more light. This is augmented by beauty filters and a smart algorithm that manages haze and white balance.
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MeshTalk as aforementioned is a proprietary tech that lets transmission of texts, voice messages, and real-time voice calls between OPPO devices within a range of 3km without cellular networks, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
Another user case scenario is the creation of temporary local area networks (LAN) to engage in group chats. This way a single relay could expand to a larger range. Oppo achieved this tech by tweaking its communication chipset. Oppo bets on its less power consumption, long distance coverage and privacy due to end-to-end encryption.
Oppo 5G and IoT smart home application
Oppo exhibits its latest achievements in 5G and IoT- fast cloud gaming on OPPO Reno 5G and the expanse of its open IoT platform supporting products from 20 plus categories, including 260 plus devices from a variety of brands.
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Speaking on their show stopper, Qiao Jiadong, Product Manager at OPPO said,
“As smartphone offers more functionalities nowadays, users have a higher demand for immersive and broad screen view. From the water-drop screen to pivot structure, to USC technology announced today, OPPO has been exploring the best balance between ‘thin and light’ and ‘full screen’. OPPO hopes to provide users with the ultimate ‘true full screen’ through the USC technology.”