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.
China’s leading smartphone brands are all trying to improve their market competitiveness and expand market share through setting up new sub-brands.
It looks like 2019 will be the year of foldable phones. Many smartphone manufacturers have released their brand new products with foldable screen technology, the most noteworthy being are Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X.
“Say hello to Reno!” This is not a reference to the city in Nevada, but a brand new product line launched by Chinese smartphone company OPPO.
The heated battle of budget smartphones is heating up among Chinese phone brands again with the new release of the Realme 3 yesterday from Realme, OPPO’s sub-brand launched in India.
It’s the weekend before the official kick off of MWC 2019, and Chinese companies are already competing vigorously against one another in becoming the first to dish out a 5G device. It’s really no surprise since 5G is widely regarded as a turning point in the mobile phone industry.
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.
On Jan. 14, OPPO announced the establishment of the Intelligent Devices Business Group and appointed Bobee Liu (the previous chief procurement office of OPPO), as deputy president of OPPO and president of the Intelligent Devices Business Group.
2018 has been a turbulent year for tech companies across China. The trade war tension between the US and China has been unsettling for their businesses and long time American trade partners.
As OPPO opened a twitter account for the UK on Jan. 9, it’s ready to open up the market while domestic competition intensifies.
In 2018, many Chinese tech companies expanded their overseas markets and showcased their efforts in going global.
Leaked sketches of OPPO’s next handset surfaced online on Dec. 24, showing what seems to be the company’s 2019 smartphone — the OPPO F19.
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It is clear that the competition to dish out the first 5G phone is heating up, and the family feud between the sister brands OPPO, Vivo and Oneplus, all owned by BBK Electronics, won’t be stopping any time soon.
It seems that China is making great strides in the 5G research, as OPPO joins the fray for establishing a stable 5G connection to face up to rivals OnePlus and Xiaomi.