The latest International Data Corporation numbers for Southeast Asia are in.
We already know that OPPO will be launching its flagship devices — of the premium mid-end kind, as its hero devices go — in the next few weeks. The company itself has released a teaser for the OPPO R15 and R15 Plus (or Dream Mirror Edition, as some call it). However, details of the duo have been sketchy. Until today, that is.
OPPO will release the new OPPO A71 (2018) budget smartphone in the Philippines March 10. This, according to the company’s official Facebook page.
This year’s Mobile World Congress bore witness to the return of the notched display, with companies like ASUS taking a page from Apple, which popularized the feature.
The OPPO F5 is one of our highly recommended smartphone options in 2017. And in celebration of the Chinese New Year, you can buy the best version of OPPO’s popular midrange phone at a discounted price in the Philippines for a limited time.
It wasn’t even part of the world’s top five vendors in 2016. But by end-2017, Xiaomi toppled another brand to become the No. 5 smartphone company globally. No small feat, if you ask us.
OPPO has officially announced its most affordable 18:9 smartphone yet for the Philippine market.
The OPPO A83 is finally official in the Philippines, more than a week after we first reported that it’s coming here.
Fresh off Hong Kong is a report that reveals the top 10 best-selling smartphones in the world.
We have it on good authority that the OPPO A83 — basically a lower-specced OPPO F5 — will be launching in the Philippines soon. Like “end of January” soon.
China is one of the top countries phone vendors want to penetrate. After all, it’s the world’s biggest smartphone market; conquering it is already half a big part of the battle.
True to expectations, ASUS Philippines has officially taken the wraps off the ASUS ZenFone Max Plus (M1).
To kick off 2018, OPPO Philippines has slashed the price of the most affordable “selfie expert” in the F5 series.
Smartphones with taller or wider screens are all the rage right now. What’s one more name to add to the pile?
Word has it that Xiaomi’s smartphone shipments dropped from 70 million in 2015 to 41 million in 2016. So you wouldn’t think that it could rise again so soon, so fast. But that’s exactly what it did.
Which smartphones were you searching for on Google this year?
On November 15, we stumbled upon an SM Cyberzone post revealing that a higher-end model of the OPPO F5 will be available in the country. Now, OPPO Philippines has confirmed that the said variant will go on sale starting December 9.
You’d think that after launching the popular F5, OPPO Philippines will be sitting pretty until the end of the year. But nah, the company today released another selfie phone called the OPPO F5 Youth.
Weeks after launching the OPPO F5 in the Philippines, the global smartphone brand will follow it up with the local release of the OPPO F5 Youth. Call it the slightly watered-down version of the original, if you may.
Look what we at Revü found! A sponsored Facebook post revealing that the OPPO F5 variant with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage is going to be sold in the Philippines soon.