Oppo will soon be launching its periscope lens driven by the new generation hybrid optical zoom technology.
With the 7-element lens, focal length ranging from 85mm to 135mm (in 35mm equivalent), aperture ranging from f/3.3 to f/4.4, and 16-bit high-precision driver IC moving two groups of lenses with accuracy for zoom, autofocus, and OIS; the technology is said to be capable of bringing in clear and lossless full focal length image experience.
On top of the new module, Oppo has played around with the sensors as well as the image processing algorithms including the large sensor with Quad Bayer filter and resolution translating to 32MP. Meanwhile, the camera leverages the image stacking algorithm to produce a hybrid zoom that maxes out to 280mm.
The primary camera consists of a 26mm wide lens producing optical zoom ranging from 3.3x to 5.2x that goes up to somewhere below 11x magnification with hybrid zoom.
The new periscope could feature in a smartphone anytime soon with the talked about Oppo Reno 10x zoom successor already rumored to feature one.
Oppo, on the other hand, is also working on the flagship-grade 125W charging technology.