It’s always interesting to see which brands end up being the most popular every time there’s a major sale happening nationwide.
The global rankings of best-performing Android smartphones in August 2020 are finally out, a few days after Antutu Benchmark revealed the lists for devices released in China.
Just when we thought that OPPO is ready to close the chapter on the recently launched Reno 4 series, a new leak out of China suggests otherwise.
Budget true wireless headphones are on the rise. And that means there are more affordable options out there outside of the Apple AirPods, which we can say popularized the audio accessory.
OPPO Philippines has just announced a permanent price cut on the OPPO A92, making the trendy, high-capacity-battery smartphone more affordable at P13,990 (about $288 converted) from its original price of P15,990 ($329) at launch.
The company behind benchmarking-tool Antutu has released August’s best-performing Android phones that were released in China, with the global rankings likely to follow soon.
One of OPPO Philippines’ budget offerings has an even more affordable version, and it’s already available for purchase starting today, August 31.
Counterpoint Research has shared with us at Revü more detailed information on how the smartphone vendors performed locally in the second quarter of 2020.
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.