Not to let the likes of Redmi Note 7 Pro and Vivo steal all the limelight, Oppo is back in the market with the F11 Pro. The company’s latest flagship handset packs an impressive 48MP camera, a beautiful design, and more.
Some companies, like Samsung, think the best way to avoid a notch is to put a small, or small-ish, hole in the screen.
Ahead of MWC 2019, Oppo held an event to unveil its 10x optical zoom solution for mobile phones. The company also announced that it would be launching a smartphone with 10x optical zoom in Q2 2019.
Way back in 2017, OPPO showcased a 5x optical zoom prototype that actually worked, with plans to introduce it in a smartphone at some point after that.
Smartphone manufacturers continue to push the limits for their high-end smartphones, offering as much as they can within relatively small packages.
Earlier this week, Oppo unveiled the Find X with a unique pop-out camera design. As if the phone was not already unique enough, Oppo will also be launching a Lamborghini edition of the Find X in selected markets.
The Vivo Nex, which was announced recently, envisions a world where a pop-out selfie camera is the norm.
Oppo’s online only sub-brand Realme today unveiled its first handset in India, the Realme 1. The budget handset will take on Xiaomi’s Redmi handset and given the price-to-performance ratio it offers, it sure seems a viable competitor.
Oppo today launched a new online-only sub-brand in India called Realme. The company will be selling its Realme handsets through Amazon India.
Oppo recently announced its latest flagship phone for India: the Oppo F7. The Chinese company has seen its smartphone sales declines by a significant margin in the country over the last few months so there’s a lot riding on the shoulders of the F7.