OPPO has now taken the wraps off its OPPO Watch after teasing it for weeks and it looks very similar to an Apple Watch in most ways.
Oppo has just announced its first smartwatch, and it looks exactly like the Apple Watch. Here is everything you need to know about this.
Mobile World Congress is underway, which means we're getting our first looks at many of the new phones that companies are going to be selling this year, or in the future. Two of those to catch our eye so far come courtesy of TCL and LG as well as a third that was announced on social media by Oppo.
The Oppo Find X and F7 smartphones have been found to be cheating benchmarking apps, and have been de-listed from 3DMark. Here are the details.
Oppo, like most smartphone vendors, is looking for new and interesting ways to entice consumers, and is currently at the forefront of an emerging trend of Chinese manufacturers to deliver near bezel-free, edge-to-edge displays on handsets, like the Sharp AQUOS Crystal. Its upcoming device, which has been leaked via numerous channels throughout China, appears as though it has bits missing either side of the display, and while it's an interesting concept, one has to wonder whether the cool-looking gadget would make any practical sense.
China may have garnered itself the unwanted label as one of the knock-off capitals of the world, but there are an increasing number of companies - particularly in the mobile - looking to establish themselves alongside the global big boys like Samsung, LG, and Apple. One such outfit is Oppo, and if its just-announced Find 5 smartphone is a sign of things to come, the aforementioned market-leaders should be more than a little concerned. The device packs in the kind of features we're expecting of the Samsung Galaxy S IV, with 5-inch 1080p display, quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro SoC, and a whopping 2GB of RAM. To top it off, it runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean!