Oppo has made quite a few waves in the weeks leading up to the N1 formal intro, and now the buzz is back at heights, as the swiveling, camera-centric, CyanogenMod-running smartphone has a price tag and ETA attached to its name.
Instead of bringing to light yet another artificial spec buster unable to top the Android food chain for more than a few months, up-and-coming Chinese OEM Oppo has adopted a slightly different strategy for the N1, which is a road-opener in many ways, while in others… it’s fairly mediocre.
For an OEM that’s not very much used to media attention or online buzz, Oppo sure knows how to build solid hype ahead of the N1 unveiling. And it does so aided by official marketing tools, such as the company’s Facebook, Google+ or YouTube accounts, which is even more commendable.
Oppo’s next flagship smartphone is set for an announcement next month, but leaked pictures and specs already paint a clear picture of what we can expect from the Chinese manufacturer.
Chinese manufacturer Oppo is following up its well-received Find 5 with the R819, a mid-range 4.7-inch handset that will give users the option to run stock Android 4.2.1.
Seeing as Oppo’s latest flagship phone, the Find 5, can still hold its own against most Android heavyweights (especially in terms of pricing), and its follow-up, dubbed Find 7, will not become official anytime soon, you might expect everything to be quiet on the Oppo front.
Android-powered smart cameras have been seen as devices of the future for as long as I can remember, but so far Samsung has essentially been the only big manufacturer to make real efforts towards creating a market out of this concept.
Sad to hear Oppo has no plans whatsoever for a 3.7-inch Find 5 Mini? Well, maybe the possibility of a Find 5 Google Edition will make the sorrow go away. Plus, the Find 7 has also been officially confirmed and should be made available by the end of the year.
Chinese phone maker clarifies that they have no plans of releasing a Find 5 Mini in the near future.
Oppo Find 5’s follow-up, likely called Find 7 (no idea what happened with the 6), is back in the rumor mill, following a month of peace and quiet. The thing is even more impressive than before, being tipped to pack a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and… 4,000 mAh battery.
Chinese company Oppo will offer a limited edition red colored version of their flagship Find 5 Android Smartphone.
It looks like this summer is the summer of ‘Mini’ Smartphones as yet another smaller version of a flagship device leaks out. Say hello to the Oppo Find 5 Mini. The Oppo Find 5 Mini will be exactly what its name suggests, a ‘Mini’ version of the flagship Smartphone from Chinese phone maker Oppo. Unlike
The Oppo Ulike 2 was a smartphone made for self-portrait addicts. With a staggering 5 MP front camera with beautification features such as skin whitening, face slimming and the works, it caters perfectly to its target market. Fast forward six months, Oppo is busy working on its successor, the Ulike 2S. The Oppo Ulike 2S