If you’re looking for a phone that stands out, you might want to take a closer look at the OPPO Reno 10x Lossless Zoom Edition.
On June 3, 2019, smartphone brand Realme announced its official arrival in Europe, as it brings its high-end products to European consumers.
Niu HongHong, Bruce Zhang (Old Tomato), Wang Yibo, are some of the most popular young people on Chinese social media. They have been doing what they loved since they were in school. With the power of the Internet, they are today some of the most well-known cartoonists, content creators and photographers.
Reno-vators, a Global Emerging Artists Project by OPPO launched on May 5. OPPO is now calling for young artists at leading art colleges and art lovers to contribute to the project.
As OPPO held the European launch of its new Reno series in Zurich on April 24, Reno 5G will make its commercial debut in Switzerland next month.
On Apr.24, OPPO held its European launch event in Zürich for their latest device – OPPO Reno. There are three different editions: the standard version, 10x Zoom edition and the 5G edition.
Realme, the Chinese smartphone brand that have built up a strong presence in Southeast Asia, announced its return to the homeland market on Apr. 24 on multiple Chinese social media platforms.
With 863 percent growth, OPPO became the fastest growing smartphone brand in the premium segment in 2018, according to Counterpoint Research.
OPPO just released their latest smartphone series Reno, the Reno standard edition and the high-end Reno 10x Hybrid Zoom.
The 5G phones are coming. Since 2018, many smartphone manufacturers have claimed that they are going to launch the world’s first 5G phone.
OPPO announced today that its first ever 5G smartphone has successfully passed 5G CE tests conducted by global inspection services authority, Sporton International Inc., and was awarded a 5G CE certificate by CTC Advanced GmbH.
Among the top five global smartphone companies, Chinese vendors Huawei, OPPO and Xiaomi continue growing their shipment volumes, while the thronetakers Samsung and Apple lost their units in the fourth quarter of 2018 (4Q18).