OPPO is not done introducing members of its Reno 5 family. The company has announced the OPPO Reno5 F alongside the regular Reno 5 in Kenya.
Apple led the global smartphone market in the last quarter of 2020 — that much we know by now, as we reported here around three weeks ago. But how about in our region? What was the market like?
We were busy reviewing phones like the OPPO Reno 5 5G that we missed the announcement that there is another OPPO phone that’s already official in the Philippines besides the new Reno.
OPPO has refreshed its Reno lineup in the Philippines, with the local announcement of the Reno 5 4G and 5G variants.
OPPO Philippines has taken the wraps off its latest Reno models to cater to users who are after a non-flagship phone they can use primarily to create video content — vlogs for YouTube, TikTok clips, or just something they’d like to share with loved ones who may be away from them at this time.
Six days after it published last month’s list of best-performing midrange and flagship Android smartphones released in China, Antutu has revealed the global rankings.
Barely five months ago, OPPO launched ColorOS 11, its user interface that’s based on Android 11. The company released a list of devices that are eligible to get it and a rollout timeline of the beta version.
It’s up. Antutu Benchmark has shared on its site January 2021’s best-performing flagship and midrange Android smartphones released in China.
We can’t wait to see the world’s fourth-largest smartphone company‘s 2021 flagship, considering that while underrated, OPPO‘s Find X2 Pro is actually one of 2020’s best handsets. March can’t come soon enough, when the handset is expected to launch alongside the OPPO Find X3 Neo and Find X3 Lite.
The OPPO Reno 5 series — stylized as Reno5 series — will officially launch in the Philippines February 10. So far, two variants of the latest Reno model are confirmed to debut at retail.