Back in April this year, the Chinese mobile giant OPPO announced a strategic partnership with the EV giant, Tesla China, on teaming up to manufacture digital car keys.
The digital key aims to connect OPPO smartphones to adapt all Tesla Model 3 and Model Y cars for effective security.
However, in a new development, the mobile giant has revealed today that it has upgraded the “Digital Car Key” to now be fully adaptable with the entire series of No. 9 electric bicycles, MQi2s series, and Maverick electric bicycles.
According to the mobile giant, the latest OPPO Reno8 series and OPPO Watch smartwatches are now supported in the digital car key for locking and unlocking the Mavericks electric bicycles – the MQi2s series.
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Previously, OPPO’s digital car keys were only adapted to a variety of car products, including Tesla Model 3, Model Y, and Xiaopeng Motors. Still, now it is upgraded to be adaptable to the Mavericks electric bicycles.
Meanwhile, the fascinating experience of this upgrade is that the digital car key can now be unlocked without sensing when approaching the vehicle or the electric bicycles, and it will automatically lock when leaving the vehicle or bicycles.
Additionally, it should be noted that other OPPO devices like Find N, Find X5 series, Find X3 series, Reno8 series, Reno7 series, Reno6 series, Reno5 series, OPPO K9, etc with ColorOS 11.2 are acceptable for the OPPOs digital car key.
At the time of the launch of the digital car key function, the mobile giant revealed that it is part of OPPO’s Carlink. This full-scene travel solution aims to solve the problem of automobile interconnection standardization.
In addition, OPPO pointed out that it already had over 80 partners, including automotive manufacturers, two-wheeled electric vehicle manufacturers, Tier 1 suppliers, and mobility service providers and plans to adapt the digital cars to more than 15 million vehicles before the end of 2022. Stay connected with TechGenyz for more latest tech news.