OPPO previews OHealth H1 health monitor

OPPO is looking to expand its reach beyond smartphones with its first product under its new OHealth brand. We’re here to introduce the OHealth H1 health monitor.

The company unveiled the new device during its annual INNO DAY event. This health monitor combines six health data monitoring features meant for family use.

OHealth H1 in hand

It can measure blood oxygen, ECG, and heart and lung auscultation. It can also monitor body temperature, heart rate, and sleep. OPPO says it is armed with “high-precision sensors and industry-leading health algorithms” to help you take better care of the health of the entire family. 

The company made it easy to carry around the OHealth H1 with its rounded edges, concentric oval design, and lightweight at just 95g. (It reminds us of a more oval Enco Air2 Pro.)

We don’t know much else beyond this, but we’ll keep an eye out for it if OPPO decides to bring the OHealth H1 to market. OPPO introduced this device alongside new products during its annual INNO Day event. You can check out the rest of our coverage at this link.

But wait, there’s more

Speaking of previewed tech, OPPO also talked about its new Bluetooth audio system-on-chip, MariSilicon Y. Some of its benefits include a Bluetooth bandwidth increase of 50%, which is a significant increase from the highest spec Bluetooth SoCs available. It can transmit unprecedented 24-bit/192kHz ultra-clear lossless audio through Bluetooth for the first time, making us excited for OPPO’s next-generation audio accessories.

OPPO also demoed its newest version of its concept “Assisted Reality” glass. The OPPO Air Glass 2 is a lightweight pair of smart glasses (coming in at 38g) that gets the first resin SRG-diffractive waveguide lens developed by OPPO.

These lenses support vision correction and further customization making them almost indistinguishable from regular glasses. OPPO envisions use cases like making phone calls, conducting real-time translation, providing location-based navigation, converting voice into text for people with hearing impairments, and more.


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