With the latest flagship smartphones price from around $1500 to $1800 in Australia, Oppo hopes its Find X marks the spot with its big notchless display, pop-up camera and more, but there's no NFC, headphone jack, IP rating or wireless charging.
OPPO’s new R9s is a premium, mid-range smartphone focusing on camera performance, battery life, a 5.5” AMOLED screen, VOOC fast charging, and a new “six-string” antenna that blends into the all metal construction.
OPPO has over the past few years gone from relative obsurity to the largest supplier in its Chinese market, and it sits globally in fourth place. With its sibling vivo, the BBK group has finally eclipsed Apple globally in volume stakes. Which is a long way to say that it makes what people want and prices they can afford.
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