Following confirmation last week that both brands would work on “closer integrating”, it now looks like Oppo will fall under the OnePlus banner.
The Oppo A74 5G is now available in South Africa, boasting a 5 000mAh battery and retailing for R7 499 from Vodacom or MTN stores locally.
Capable of doing everything well, Oppo’s Reno5 5G is one of the best Android options for those scared off of flagship price tags.
We sat down with Oppo South Africa’s Liam Fourie, to check in on how the past few months have gone and what 2021 holds for the brand.
Having launched a handful of mid-range devices last year, now Oppo has brought in the Reno5 5G as its first device for 2021 at R14 999.
Oppo’s latest flagship phone does not hold back when it comes to specs, but the Find X3 Pro is not expected to land in SA this year.
You can now find Oppo’s affordable smartphones at MTN stores nationwide.
Oppo has overtaken Huawei as the top smartphone maker in China, according to a research report from Counterpoint, with Vivo claiming second spot.
The Oppo A53s is a solid enough mid-range device, but lacks the performance to be a long-term investment for savvy smartphone users.
The new Oppo X 2021 concept phone showcases a new take on flexible displays, employing similar rollable OLED technology we’ve seen from LG.
Following the local launch of the A72, now Oppo is bringing two new devices to the country this week – the A53s and the A15.
The Oppo A72 is the first official device from the Chinese company to land in SA, and it makes quite the impression as a great all-around smartphone.
We recently sat down with Liam Fourie of Oppo to find out what to expect from the smartphone brand now that it has been launched in South Africa.
We once again have a remote guest to talk to this week’s africast, as Huawei discusses its new EMUI mobile software and the local developer scene.
Ramping up its lineup of devices in the coming months, Oppo is now in SA, with three A series phones being brought to our shores.
This may lead to the rise of a new mobile platform for app developers.
Oppo is the first to officially unveil their under-the-screen selfie camera to the world.
The pair of Chinese phone makers have very similar technology at play here.