The OPPO Find X will be launched a few weeks from now, marking the revival of the company’s flagship series. So we’re not really surprised to see leaks of the smartphone trickling online.
Let me make this a personal note. Anyone who has read my bio knows that I used to work at OPPO. I joined the company in 2015, after my Yahoo and TV5 stints. Throughout my stay at the Chinese tech giant, I had hoped for a flagship phone that would succeed the OPPO Find 7. I had left not seeing that hope fulfilled. But this year will probably be different. This year, we’ll finally have the OPPO Find X.
OPPO today unveiled the toned-down version of the OPPO F7 for the Philippine market. Sleek, attractive, and fueled by flagship MediaTek internals, the new OPPO F7 Youth is aimed squarely at consumers who are looking for a solid upgrade without blowing a huge hole in their budget.
Which smartphones ruled the global sales chart in March 2018? Were they the same devices that people bought in February?
Xiaomi, as we reported yesterday, has announced that the Redmi S2 is headed for the Philippines, with the local release pegged for June 4.
It’s an interesting time these days in the mobile industry. It seems there are so many good, if acceptable, choices in the entry-level segment that we can barely keep up with everything going on locally and overseas.
Just a few days after OPPO Myanmar posted a TVC teaser for the OPPO F7 Youth on Facebook, we get an invite to the the smartphone’s launch in the Philippines.
The OPPO A71 (2018) is one of the company’s most compelling smartphones this year, launching with an attractive price tag in the Philippines last March. And now, just a couple of months after its release, OPPO’s newest budget phone has seen its price slashed.
In our review of the OPPO F7, we noted that the new eight-core MediaTek Helio P60 chipset fueling the phone is easily one of the best you can get in the midrange today.
We’re still days away from the RealMe 1’s May 15 launch in India, but we’re already flooded with leaks of the first smartphone from OPPO’s sub-brand RealMe. And we like what we’ve seen thus far.
Google is taking a different approach in 2018. The technology giant has released the beta edition of the upcoming version of Android — which puts artificial intelligence at the core of the operating system — to smartphones other than its own Pixel series devices.
Just how well did the OPPO F7, released on April 21 in the Philippines, do in local retail? Impressive, if we go by an announcement by one of the country’s biggest chains for mobile devices.
Counterpoint Research’s report for the first quarter of 2018 is in. And it shows an interesting detail.
We reported yesterday that OPPO will launch a new smartphone brand in India to compete directly with Xiaomi, currently the leading brand in the world’s second-largest smartphone market. Now, more details about that sub-brand have emerged.
You probably didn’t see this coming. OPPO, the No. 3 mobile vendor in the Philippines in 2017, will launch a sub-brand in the world’s second-largest smartphone market, India.
Win after win after win. OPPO Philippines has another reason to celebrate these days.
OPPO is one of the few names in the industry that can adopt trends early on to stay ahead of the curb.
OPPO Philippines is back at it again with the OPPO F7, this time jumping onto the trend of the notch display, which is as popular as ever because of the Apple iPhone X.
OPPO Philippines has finally revealed the suggested retail price of the OPPO F7, ending weeks of speculation about the affordability of its new “selfie expert.”
The OPPO F7 is indeed coming to the Philippines, as earlier reported. And now, we have a local launch date to mark on our calendar.