Along with trackers already on the marketTile companies, Samsung Galaxy SmartTags and future AirTags developed by Apple, there will be similar devices created by OPPO engineers in the near future. The company recently received a patent for a device with the same functionality.
Last year, OPPO patenteddesign of a Bluetooth tracker capable of tracking the location of various gadgets through an application on a smartphone, using its display as a monitor of a kind of locator. Renders of OPPO Bluetooth trackers, borrowed from the patent application, have been published online.
OPPO Tracking Devicemissing items will have a flat square shape with rounded edges. The images that appeared on the network completely lack any mounts for the tracker and today it is difficult to assess how practical it will be to use such a device for tracing keys, remotes or purses.
Insiders suggest that the demonstration of newtrackers may take place in March along with the presentation of the OPPO Find X3 series of smartphones. However, OPPO's official information about the future Bluetooth tracker has not yet appeared.