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Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has unveiled a neural processing unit known as MariSilicon X and an assisted reality device called Air Glass at an innovation event held overnight.

Published in Mobility

The first Optus customers in Australia have now been connected to a multi band 5G standalone network as Optus launches Australia’s an end-to-end service trial of this 5G technology.

Published in 5G

Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has released another 4G device into the Australian market, the A54s. Once again, this is a low-priced model, retailing for $299.

Published in Mobility

Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has used the observance of Get Online Week to host a tech training session for older Australians in the Gold Coast, in partnership with seniors training company BasicTech.

Published in Home Tech

Chinese smartphone vendor OPPO has shunned new technology for once and released a 4G phone, the A16s, which will retail for $249.

Published in Mobility

The Australian arm of Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has donated $52,000 to help in restoration efforts for the Great Barrier Reef.

Published in Climate

Chinese smartphone vendor OPPO has launched three new true wireless stereo earphones in Australia: the Enco Air, Enco Free2 and Enco X.

Published in Mobility

Optus in collaboration with Ericsson and Oppo, have doubled down on 5G advancements, announcing a successful completion of a voice call over a commercial 5G standalone network.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

OPPO and vivo, both smartphone brands from the Chinese behemoth B.B.K. Electronics, have wasted no time in releasing betas of Android 12, Google's mobile operating system that was announced at the search company's annual I/O event held on 18 May.

Published in Mobility

I've heard it said for many years that those in the trades make more money, with OPPO hoping you'll spark yourself into action to get a new OPPO with a more powerful chippie and much better specs, saving your eyes and your wallet even more with its new trade-in and trade up program.

Published in Home Tech

Chinese smartphone vendor OPPO has released two new 5G models in its A series, the A74 5G that retails for $449 and the A54 5G that sells for $399.

Published in Mobility

The Australian arm of Chinese smartphone vendor OPPO has partnered with the non-profit organisation The Reef Restoration Foundation to build an augmented reality app to raise awareness of the necessity to save the Great Barrier Reef.

Published in Climate

OPPO's Find X3 Pro's camera look is clearly inspired by the iPhone 11 and 12 Pro, as is ColorOS inspired by iOS, but the Find X3 Pro with 5G is a clear challenger to Samsung's S21, the iPhone 12 and other flagships, and comes with top features of its own.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 10 February 2021 10:36

OPPO devices to be sold through Harvey Norman stores

Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has cut a deal with Australian behemoth Harvey Norman to stock its devices across the country.

Published in Mobility

Chinese smartphone vendor OPPO has unveiled what it claims is the first Android Colour Management System which can support full DCI-P3 wide gamut and 10-bit colour depth from capture to storage and display.

Published in Mobility

Chinese smartphone vendor OPPO has showcased a rollable concept handset at its INNO DAY 2020 event on Tuesday, along with a number of other smart devices including AR glasses and an advanced AR application.

Published in Mobility

Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has launched the A53s and the A53, the two latest devices in its A Series, in Australia.

Published in Mobility

Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has introduced a third colour for its Find X2 Pro 5G smartphone, announcing that it would be available in Green Vegan Leather.

Published in Mobility

Chinese smartphone maker OPPO does not intend to let the grass grow under its feet when it comes to software updates, with the company saying it would release ColorOS 11, its modified version of Android, which would be based on version 11 which was released by Google on Tuesday.

Published in Mobility

Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has broadened its product range and entered the market for wearables and wireless earbuds.

Published in Mobility
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