Oppo Claims The R11 Is Already The World’s Best Selling Android Phone


If we were to ask you which Android phone is the best selling around the world which would you say?

Nestled in my inbox today was a Press Release from Oppo. That’s not all that surprising, but the content in the Press Release did actually come out of the blue.

Apparently, a company named Market Pulse has made a study of the best selling phones for July 2017 and the results suggest that the Oppo R11 is the best selling out of the lot!

Now we’re not 100% sure where Market Pulse is getting its information from but the claim is an interesting one especially when you consider the R11 has only been on the market for 2 months and that it’s only officially available in a handful of countries!

If that wasn’t enough good news for Oppo’s investors then the additional information that the 2nd place spot is currently held by the Oppo A57 should put a smile on their faces and a few more $’s in their pockets!

What do you make of this news? Are you surprised that the Oppo R11 is currently the top selling Android phone in the world?

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14 Comments

  1. Ricardo A.
    September 8, 2017

    Hahahaha
    World=China?
    Because in the real “world” no one knows that phone

  2. Ivaylo Cvetanov
    September 8, 2017

    Yeah in China it is best selling phone… Europe isn’t on that planet yet !

  3. Lars Cleghorn
    September 8, 2017

    am i in the joke box…is this a new part of gizchina…is it april 1st….LOL

  4. Ricardo A.
    September 8, 2017

    Hahahaha
    World=China?
    Because in the real “world” no one knows that phone

  5. Ivaylo Cvetanov
    September 8, 2017

    Yeah in China it is best selling phone… Europe isn’t on that planet yet !

  6. Lars Cleghorn
    September 8, 2017

    am i in the joke box…is this a new part of gizchina…is it april 1st….LOL

  7. AbdulB1
    September 9, 2017

    fake… maybe only in Taiwan r11 was doing well.

  8. AbdulB1
    September 9, 2017

    fake… maybe only in Taiwan r11 was doing well.

  9. Daniel McDermott
    September 9, 2017

    Definitely lies, Oppo is known to bullshit to get more investor money. It wouldn’t surprise me if it is a top seller in China considering they have spent what seems like a billion dollars on marketing alone there, ad placement all over the Internet and apps, TV campaigns, ads at subway stations and bus stops.

  10. Daniel McDermott
    September 10, 2017

    Definitely lies, Oppo is known to bullshit to get more investor money. It wouldn’t surprise me if it is a top seller in China considering they have spent what seems like a billion dollars on marketing alone there, ad placement all over the Internet and apps, TV campaigns, ads at subway stations and bus stops.

  11. Assefa Hanson
    September 10, 2017

    Look at these fools below me, some say it’s only in China it sells great lmao is that a valid argument isn’t China the biggest smartphone market and the largest population guess where they also sell like crazy again In india the second largest smartphone market, Europe is no great smartphone market

    Lmao Sony, LG to name a few has more global brand recognition what do you think because of that they are selling more phones!?

  12. Twister12
    September 10, 2017

    Fake News.

    Well everybody knows the origin if you heard “fake”. Lol!

  13. Assefa Hanson
    September 10, 2017

    Look at these fools below me, some say it’s only in China it sells great lmao is that a valid argument isn’t China the biggest smartphone market and the largest population guess where they also sell like crazy again In india the second largest smartphone market, Europe is no great smartphone market

    Lmao Sony, LG to name a few has more global brand recognition what do you think because of that they are selling more phones!? It’s tech enthusiasts that don’t know the real world or what market or marketing is

  14. Twister12
    September 10, 2017

    Fake News.

    Well everybody knows the origin if you heard “fake”. Lol!