A lot of manufacturers have shown their interest in the development of a foldable smartphone and the likes of ZTE, Samsung, Huawei and most recently OPPO …
Polaroid, once the first name in instant camera tech, are now in trouble with Oppo after showing off an Oppo N1 clone at this past CES.
Blackview, sounds like the name of a private security company doesn’t it? Well they aren’t, they are the latest smartphone manufacturer from China to try and tempt your wallet in the entry-level to mid-range market.
The OPPO N1 design seems to have gotten so popular that it’s managed to leave even people of the stature of John Sculley smitten!
The iNew V8, best known for being an OPPO N1 (mini?) clone just got all the more desirable thanks to a hardware update.
OPPO India today announced that the company’s entire range of smartphones, including the swivel-camera OPPO N1 and flagship Find 7 series would be available via Amazon India.
It is with mixed emotions we type the news of the iNew V8. We are of course excited about the first Mediatek powered 4G LTE phones, but underwhelmed it will end up in a clone of the Oppo N1.
Oppo launched the camera centric Oppo N1 with rotating camera in September, and seems to have sold enough for the company to ready not one up two successors.
Eton Raytheon, the 5.7-inch phablet with a 5000mAh is now reported to feature a rear touch area, akin to the OPPO N1.
There are times when we look at a new product, stop everything we are doing and ask ourselves “Why?”. Looking at recent photos of the new GFive A7 with motorised rotating camera is one of those times.
Render of a mystery Chinese smartphone shows off a bulging design and rotating camera arrangement.
After entering the Malaysian and Indian market, Oppo have now officially entered Mexico. Mexico is also the first marekt Oppo will be working alongside local carriers.
It was only yesterday that we reported about the HTC Desire 8, HTC’s own octa-core alternative to the Note 3’s and the OPPO N1’s.
The Oppo N1 has seen a surprising amount of attention from clone makers in China as the 3rd clone of it’s kind goes on sale. The new Oppo N1 knock off is now comes in midnight black.
Oppo has sent out invitations to the Malaysian press for an event kicking off their launch in the country. They are suspected to be revealing the Oppo N1 for the Malaysian market there.
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OPPO Neo, the device that was released in the Indonesian market a few weeks back might soon see a release in India.
It’s been rotating cameras galore for folks in India. First the Gionee Elife E7 Mini, then the OPPO N1, and now, the Smart NaMo Saffron Wave!
Hot on the heals of the Oppo N1’s launch in India, reports are in that the Oppo R1 will also go on sale in the country in the next few months.
After months of waiting and speculation, Chinese maker OPPO finally launched itself in the booming Indian smartphone market with their latest flagship — the OPPO N1.