Oppo’s new phone is a rebranded OPX

oppo a30

It looks like the Oppo/OnePlus phone crossovers didn’t end with the OnePlus One as a new phone launched in China appears to be just a renamed OPX.

Codenamed the Oppo A30, the new 6.9mm phone was apparently spotted at a store in Shenzhen with a price tag of 1999 Yuan. The phone in the images shares the same white and gold colouring as the Champagne edition of the OPX, the same camera placement and same CNC machining to the chassis.

In fact the only differences between the OPX and the new Oppo A30 are that the Oppo runs ColourOS and the Oppo logo.

Hardware on the OPX, er… Oppo A30, includes a 5-inch 1920 x 1080 display, Snapdragon 800 SoC running at 2.0Ghz, 3GB RAM, 16GB memory and 2525mAh battery.

Oppo A30 and OnePlus X photos

Could Oppo’s and OnePlus’s cooperation extend to the Oppo Find 9? Is it possible that the Oppo Find 9 and upcoming OnePlus 3 are one and the same phone?

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