OPPO just announced a new pair of augmented reality glasses at its OPPO Innovation Day event, with David Imel on the ground at the event in China from Android Authority tweeting the news just now.
There's not much known outside of the surprise announcement, but Imel did report that both the new OPPO AR glasses and a new 5G CPE hub that is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon X55 5G modem will be released in Q1 2020.
OPPO's new AR glasses will feature dual fisheye camers on the front, as well as an HD camera. On the side appears to be two buttons styled in green, which I actually really dig the style of. We don't know any specifications on what is inside the OPPO AR glasses powering it, or what type of resolution or display technology they're using. As I find this out I'll keep you all updated.
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