Qualcomm has announced a more powerful version of its flagship chip.
We recently published our review of the OPPO Reno 10x Zoom Edition. In that article, we noted that the OPPO flagship, while on the more expensive side, is a notably gorgeous piece of hardware that rivals the best the industry has to offer in terms of performance and camera features.
The OPPO F11 with 6GB of RAM was launched in the Philippines in April this year for P15,990 (around $312). Today, you can get it for P2,000 ($39) less.
At the Reno Collective Pop-up Art Exhibit with artist Dex Fernandez and film director Treb Monteras II, OPPO Philippines will release a new colorway for the OPPO Reno.
The era of notched displays and motorized selfie cameras could soon be over. OPPO today unveiled the world’s first under-display camera at MWC Shanghai 2019, after teasing it weeks ago.
We attended the OPPO Innovation Event 2019 in Barcelona last February and saw the world’s first camera system with a 10x hybrid zoom firsthand. We took some pictures with it in a controlled environment. It was also confirmed during the gathering that the first OPPO phone with 10x zoom capabilities would appear in its next top-of-the-line offering.
More than two months after we saw its prototype at MWC 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, it has finally landed in the Philippines.
The OPPO Reno, the company’s latest flagship series with a wedge-shaped pop-up camera, will launch in the Philippines June 19. We can confirm that two phones will be announced — there’s the standard Reno and the more specced-out Reno 10x Zoom Edition with 10x hybrid zoom and 60x digital zoom.
The new OPPO Reno series, which debuted in April earlier this year, will launch June 19th in the Philippines.
For its fifth anniversary in the Philippines, OPPO has upgraded the storage of the F11 Pro from 64GB to 128GB at no extra cost. But besides that, it has also introduced new colors for the F11 series.