Jimmy McGee · Aug 31, 2013 at 12:30 pm

Jordan Interviews XDA:DevCon 2013’s Elite Sponsor, Oppo – XDA Developer TV

We’ve already seen XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan talk to our Senior Sponsors. Also, Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler unboxed the Oppo Find Mirror (R819) the XDA way live at XDA:DevCon. Then after he got home, AdamOutler did an XDA Unboxing of his swag from the XDA:DevCon.

As we said on Thursday, XDA:DevCon would not have happened without the help of our excellent sponsors. While at the event, Jordan took some time to chat with one of our largest sponsors: the developer friendly manufacture Oppo. They talked about why they got involved with DevCon and spoke of the future with developers and Oppo. Pull up a chair and check out what they had to say.


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