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.
Last month, Oppo had unveiled its flagship smartphone — the Oppo F3 Plus — in India. This month, it launched its smaller variant: the Oppo F3. The handset went on sale in India today online through Flipkart, with retail availability slated to begin starting from the coming week.
The latest data collected by Strategy Analytics’ Smartphone Model Tracker indicates that Oppo’s R9s was the world’s third most smartphone in the world in Q1, 2017. The handset shipped almost 8.9 million units and captured 3 percent of the market share worldwide.
OPPO today at MWC unveiled its latest mobile camera technology breakthrough: 5X Precision Optical Zoom. As the name suggests, OPPO has managed to develop a camera module that offers 5x optical zoom on a phone.
Oppo has traditionally used MWC to announce breakthrough technologies that it will be using in its upcoming smartphones. This year, the company is teasing the unveiling of a “breakthrough” new mobile camera technology that it is calling the “5x Project.”
Samsung Loses Its Top Spot in Smartphone Market to Apple; Huawei, Oppo, and Vivo Post Impressive Growth
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco not only led the company to lose billions of dollars and consumer faith, but it has also resulted in it losing its number one position in the smartphone market.