Rapidly growing Chinese smartphone maker OPPO lost its Australia wide retail outlet when Dick Smith closed its doors. Despite this it still managed to claim a ‘top five’ Android market share position in Australia.
OPPO has cut the price of its classy, all metal body, F1 smartphone by A$100 to $199 and its available via Optus and its stores from today.
OPPO has been making a significant impression in the Australian smartphone market with the ‘R series’ that offer incredible value, features and performance for a very reasonable price.
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