The OPPO Reno 2 is the star of today’s OPPO Philippines event. Together with the Reno 2F and Enco Q1, it is now official in the country, with a price tag that’s under P30,000 (under $584) — P28,990 (around $565), to be exact.
OPPO Philippines officially brings in the Reno 2 series with the launch of the OPPO Reno 2 and Reno 2F along with the Enco Q1, a new pair of noise-canceling headphones.
OPPO Philippines will be introducing the Reno 2 and Reno 2F just a few days from now — October 17, to be exact.
A flagship OPPO smartphone from the company’s Reno series is set to launch October 10.
The OPPO A9 2020 is now officially available in the Philippines. It’s the first model under the A9 series released in the country, and it likely won’t be the last.
Camera performance is a big part of the modern smartphone experience. This is especially true in the midrange segment, where multiple-lens camera setups and high megapixel counts are now ubiquitous and could be well on their way to matching the capabilities of a flagship phone and those of a digital camera.
After opening preorders earlier this month and revealing Alex Gonzaga as its new brand ambassador, OPPO Philippines has officially taken the wraps off the A9 2020 and A5 2020 midrange smartphones.
Preorders for the OPPO A9 2020, which is set to launch alongside the OPPO A5 2020, have started in the Philippines. Customers who pre-purchase the phone will receive a Bluetooth headset worth P2,099 (around $40) when it releases in Marine Green and Space Purple colors on September 28.
On the day it announced Filipina actress and host Alex Gonzaga as its first-ever A series ambassador, OPPO Philippines also revealed that it will start taking preorders for the OPPO A9 2020.
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