Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 460, the first Snapdragon 400 model to incorporate the Kryo architecture, was announced early this year. It’s meant for entry-level and lower-midrange devices. Now, we finally see the 11nm chip in a commercial phone.
The OPPO Reno series has always been an experimental line. OPPO continues to tweak its design to offer an eye-catching device combined with a compelling feature set.
OPPO Philippines has a new midrange smartphone, and if you’ve been following our site for a while, you’ll know that we’re talking about the OPPO Reno 4.
A few days ago, we reported about the best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones released in China in July 2020 — at least based on data collected from benchmark tool Antutu. Today, we’re here to share the global rankings.
OPPO‘s first smartwatch, launched first in China, went global a week ago. Today, we can finally say that it’s official in the Philippines.
It was supposed to become official in the Philippines August 7. But the unveiling has been moved after the government approved stricter COVID-19-related lockdown measures in the National Capital Region until the 18th.
Antutu has just released the July rankings for midrange and flagship Android smartphones released in China, and devices from one smartphone manufacturer came out on top.
It’s official: The OPPO Reno 4 will launch in the Philippines in August, with a new endorser to be revealed, too. The only pieces of the puzzle missing now are the pricing and availability details, which should be announced during the local launch event.
It was only two days ago that the MediaTek Dimensity 720 7nm chip was launched to “give consumers access to premium 5G experiences on mid-tier smartphones.”
So our hunch was right. The successor to OPPO’s Reno 3 is indeed coming to the Philippines soon.