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Oppo is an electronics company based in China. Oppo was a latecomer to Android, releasing its first device in 2012. The company has quickly become one of the largest smartphone manufacturers in China and worldwide. Visit the Oppo forums.

OPPO Find X’s kernel source code is now available

The OPPO Find X was the first ever smartphone with a slider mechanism, giving it a truly bezel-less design in a time when most device makers were opting for notches. The Find X was one of the most unique smartphones of 2018, but sadly, the device was kind of hard to get. Furthermore, the Find...

OPPO RX17 Pro, RX17 Neo, and Find X launch in the UK

Following the recent expansion of Xiaomi to the UK and Ireland, OPPO is next up to make the leap onto western European soil. The company has already been active in France, Spain, Italy, and other European markets since last year, but now they've launched in the UK too. A launch event held on January 29th...

OPPO has developed a 10x hybrid optical zoom camera and better optical in-display fingerprint scanners

Smartphone cameras these days have surpassed some impressive milestones considering how small the sensors are. Thanks to post-processing and AI, we are able to get amazing shots with our mobile devices with a quick snap in auto mode. However, one area where these sensors have lacked is in the zoom department. Again, because of the...

Realme 2 Pro users can now unlock the bootloader

The smartphone market is largely divided into three major segments: high-end, mid-range, and low-end/budget devices. Some companies like Samsung, Huawei, and others have made their mark in the high-end Android market, while others, including Motorola and Xiaomi, have found more success in the low-end arena. OPPO recently created a new sub-brand called Realme to focus...

OPPO joins the Wireless Power Consortium, future phones may have wireless charging

The Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) is an association of companies who have come together to create, maintain and promote the Qi wireless charging standard. The Qi standard guarantees that any device that is Qi-compatible and comes with the Qi logo will work with any charging surface that also carries the logo, irrespective of the manufacturer...

Realme is working on a 48MP camera phone alongside the Realme 3

Most high-end, flagship smartphones these days are shipping with camera sensors around the 12MP mark. With our current technologies, this seems to be the sweet spot for the best all-around camera even though there are sensors out there with a higher MP count. While these higher MP camera sensors are good for most situations, a...

OPPO is sponsoring a PUBG Mobile tournament in India with an INR 1 Crore prize pool

If you pay attention to the gaming scene at all you have most likely heard of PUBG. It's a battle royal game that stands for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and it held the #1 spot on Steam for many months. The company partnered with Tencent to get a mobile port of the game. PUBG Mobile is faithful...

OPPO smartphones are officially coming to the UK

Last October, Xiaomi made headlines when they announced plans to launch phones and smart home products in the UK. As one of the largest manufacturers in the world, it was a huge win for consumers in the region. Now, another big manufacturer is making the same announcement. OPPO will be launching phones in the UK. https://twitter.com/oppo/status/1082939236616069120?s=19 The...

OPPO R15 Pro lands on Amazon India with a Snapdragon 660

OPPO is known in India for offering a lot of decent mid-range smartphones at an acceptable price, and so the OPPO R15 Pro fits right in. The company has launched it through Amazon India at a price of Rs 25,990, roughly $370. It comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, 6GB of RAM, dual rear cameras...

OPPO R17 and R17 Pro launch in India for Rs. 34990 and Rs. 45990

Back in August, the OPPO R17 and OPPO R17 Pro were officially announced. The devices were originally available in China, but now OPPO will make them available in India as well. The OPPO R17 devices were among the first with "waterdrop" notches and in-display fingerprint scanners. Many have pointed to the R17 as being the...

OPPO may announce a foldable smartphone in 3 months

2018 will be remembered as the year when smartphone manufacturers began to push the boundaries of bezel-less designs. We've seen display notches, sliders, and we're about to get display holes. Each of these design decisions allows for smartphones to have higher screen-to-body ratios while still maintaining a manageable footprint. But there's still a clear difference...

Realme will allow Realme 1 and Realme 2 Pro users to unlock the bootloader

Realme, the OPPO sub brand, made waves in the Indian market with the launch of the Realme 1, selling as many as 400,000 units in 40 days. This was followed up by the launch of the Realme 2, and then the Realme 2 Pro. Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC for a starting price...