If you’ve been eyeing the third-generation regular Reno, now may be the time to get one for yourself.
OPPO flexes its muscles as it launches technologies in an area it has been known to dominate since 2014, when it introduced VOOC Flash Charge in 2014.
If you’re having trouble deciding on a midrange phone, you may want to continue reading. We’re here to help!
We first reported that OPPO Philippines has quietly released the OPPO A52, OPPO A12, and OPPO A12e this month. This, after launching the stunning, more premium OPPO A92 in the country.
OPPO Philippines‘ premium midrange phone from last year is now cheaper than ever.
The two OPPO smartphones we reported would be landing in the Philippines are now here, with one more OPPO handset accompanying them.
One of the things we were curious about just got answered. Well, at least partially.
What’s next for OPPO Philippines after the launch of the OPPO A92? A local retailer has revealed that there will be two phones coming soon — one entry-level and the other, a midranger.
OPPO Philippines follows up last year’s OPPO A9 2020 with this new eye candy: the OPPO A92. This new midrange handset shares a lot of the A9 2020’s DNA — from a quad-camera setup and a 6.5-inch display to a long-lasting 5,000mAh battery. But this year’s model carries some notable changes, too, making it a very “of the moment” kind …
OPPO Philippines has a new midrange smartphone. And as you may have seen on our site as well as on the brand’s official social media accounts, it’s the OPPO A92 that we are talking about.