OPPO Continues its European Expansion

OPPO continues its tour through Europe. On Feb. 1, the Chinese smartphone brand announced its official entry into the UK, Turkey, and Poland. During the same conference, the company also released a number of flagship products.

At the press conference, OPPO demonstrated its self-developed SuperVOOC super flash charging technology and announced the official establishment of the OPPO London Design Center. In addition, OPPO also announced that it will become the official partner of the 2019 International Cricket Council.

OPPO plans to launch 5G commercial handsets in the first half of 2019.

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In June 2018, OPPO entered the French market, marking their first venture into the European market. During the six months that followed, the company continued their European expansion by entering the Italian, Spanish and Dutch markets. And with the entry into the UK, Turkey, and Poland, OPPO’s European market reach is now totaled to nine countries.

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OPPO is not only expanding its global markets, but has also announced plans to branch out its products. In an interview with Qualcomm China, OPPO CEO Chen Mingyong said that the company is now actively building an open IoT platform and working with partners and developers to build IoT products and services. However, smartphones will still remain as the company’s core product.

At present, OPPO has entered more than 40 countries and regions around the world, providing technology products and services to more than 250 million users.

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