Oppo Reno has pulled the wraps from Series 2 in India. The company has launched three devices including Reno 2, 2Z and 2F. It is worth noting that all the three devices come equipped with quad-camera setup and are successors to the Oppo Reno. The new Oppo Reno devices will be sold across Flipkart, Amazon, and Oppo partner stores.
Oppo today gave a glimpse at its ‘Waterfall Screen’ technology. The company showcased a phone with a ‘Waterfall Screen’ which had its display curved at an extreme angle on its edges. Oppo’s approach is similar to other flagship Android smartphones that have a curved display, though the degree of curve is higher here.
Oppo today became the first company in the world to unveil an under-screen front camera solution. The company had first teased the solution ahead of MWC 2019 Shanghai.
After teasing in-display camera technology earlier this month, Oppo has today announced that it would be demoing the phone at the upcoming MWC 2019 Shanghai. The event is scheduled to take place from June 26-29 this month.
Before the end of March, there was a leaked image of the Oppo-branded Reno smartphone, showcasing a handset with a very unique pop-out camera design. Now, the handset is officially official.
Oppo is building a new smartphone called “Reno”, based on rumors and leaks. And now we’ve got a promotional image and video to see how the upcoming handset fares in design.
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.