Oppo Future Technology Conference to be held on November 17

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Oppo Future Technology Conference
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Oppo is moving forward with its innovation, and the new products from the company will be introduced very soon. On November 12, Oppo announced through its official Weibo page that its annual Oppo Future Technology Conference will take place on November 17. Oppo started hosting the annual Oppo Future Technology conference very recently in 2019.

The conference mainly works as an event that introduces and showcases many smart products bearing the name of Oppo. Last year, the conference introduces many smartwatches, 5G CPE, AR eyes, etc.

The conference also served as a sort of mouthpiece on Oppo’s next upcoming innovation. At the 2019 conference, the company made it a point to emphasize that in the next three years the company will invest 50 billion yuan in research and development expenses.

The announcement on Weibo was accompanied by an event poster. The poster makes use of black and green as the main colors; the green signifies the Chinese brand, and the black shows the spirit of Oppo’s continuous exploration.

The upcoming Oppo conference will have “Leap Transition and Goodness” as its theme. OPPO founder and CEO Chen Mingyong will highlight OPPO’s scientific and technological thinking during an era of 5G integration, whereas Oppo’s Vice President and Dean of Research Institute Liu Chang will talk about Oppo’s technical philosophy and direction in the 5G era.

In addition, OPPO will also showcase 3 concept products and 2 sets of technical systems at the conference, including OPPO FDF full-dimensional portrait video technology system and OPPO full-link color management system.

The whole Oppo Future Technology Conference has always been dedicated to exploring future technology, and as a platform where Oppo’s scientific and technological ideas, technological insights, and discoveries could be shared to give birth to innovation. The same could be expected from this year’s Oppo conference.

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