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It seems like the era of punch-holes will be short-lived, as OPPO already teased us with its under- display camera. To take things further, the company is joining the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai, where they’ll showcase its first prototype with the new tech in action. An invitation sent to media representatives show what looks like the top section of the display, with an illuminated circle, which may be the camera that seems to be placed underneath. The text also translates to “Even More Surface”, which basically means more screen. Here’s a glimpse of what it may look like. https://twitter.com/oppo/status/1135393369113280512?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1135393369113280512&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.gsmarena.com%2Foppo_to_showcase_its_underdisplay_smartphone_on_june_26-news-37655.php Sources – 1, 2

OPPO is setting a new trend with the launch of its Reno series in the Philippines. Aimed at the creative who wants an immersive mobile photography experience, both the Reno and Reno 10X Zoom are fitted with powerful optics, combined with a new look that’s not only seamless but truly premium as well. Both the Reno and Reno 10X Zoom sport a seamless design that gets rid of the notch, and the protrusion of the rear camera. The new O-Dot is designed to protect the camera elements from scratches and allows the phone to lay flat on surfaces. The former has a 6.4-inch screen, while the latter has 6.6-inches. Both are AMOLED displays with FHD+ resolution, protected by Gorilla Glass 6. OPPO’s in-display fingerprint sensor has improved (a lot) and is now faster to respond. The Reno packs a Snapdragon 710, while the more premium Reno 10X has a flagship…

A few days prior to the Philippine launch of the OPPO Reno Series, the company hosted a workshop to introduce the design concept of its newest product lineup. One of the most notable characteristics of the Reno series is the Panoramic screen along with the unique pivot rising camera design that only activates when taking a selfie, unlocking the device, or when using flash on the rear camera. Knowing that phones are no longer used just for communication, but also as entertainment devices, OPPO introduced a wide display screen with the Find X, and now with Reno achieving an astonishing 93.1% screen-to-body ratio. This in turn results to an immersive viewing experience like no other. Central Axis – The back cover of the F11 Pro and Reno follows the art of balanced beauty. The camera for instance is also perfectly aligned with the text and OPPO Logo on the same…

The OPPO Reno and Reno 10X Zoom are both set for their official debut in the Philippines on June 19, 2019. Ahead of the date, the company has also announced the pre-order details for the mid-range device. Designed for creatives with a passion for mobile photography, Both the OPPO Reno and Reno 10X benefit from a new seamless design, eliminating the notch in favor of a full-screen display, and getting rid of the protrusion of the rear cameras in favor of the O-Dot, which protects the camera module from scratches, while allowing the phone to lay flat on the ground. The Reno has a 6.4″ screen, while the Reno 10X Zoom has a slightly larger 6.6″ real estate. Both are on FHD+ resolution. The mid-range variant houses a Snapdragon 710, while the more premium model is powered by a Snapdragon 855, both run with 6GB/8GB of RAM and either 128/256GB…

The OPPO F11 Pro was one of the best we’ve seen from the brand, thanks to a combination of innovative features, and a very compelling spec sheet that’s wrapped in good pricing. Now though, they’re out with two new devices – the Reno series is the brand’s latest entries into the upper mid-range and the flagship market, following the footsteps of the devices such as the Find X and the R17 Pro, both the Reno and Reno 10X Zoom sport a new design, and in the latter, OPPO’s latest 10X Optical Zoom technology. Today, we’re taking a look at its mid-range counterpart, the Reno, and while this one doesn’t have its more premium sibling’s zooming capabilities, it still quite packs a number of interesting characteristics, and a specsheet that’s seems impressive on paper, at least for a mid-range phone. Specifications What’s in the Box For the Reno, OPPO went for…

Being the first company to successfully rollout a 5G device in Europe in form of the Reno 5G, OPPO has a vision set towards the future, and is already looking ahead to pioneering 6G technology. Trailblazing innovation with OPPO Reno A pioneer in 5G technology, OPPO established its first team dedicated to 5G back in 2015, and since then, has invested heavily in various areas such as standardization, R&D and applications. Last April, the company launched the revolutionary Reno series (Reno, Reno 5G, Reno 10x Zoom) in the European market, all of which pack innovative technologies and exceptional photography capabilities combined with a unique aesthetic design. One of the key features is the motorized module, which houses the front camera, soft light and rear flash, smartly hidden in the body of the phone, and only rises on demand. The OPPO Reno is set for a Philippine launch this June. Check…

OPPO recently unveiled the A9x in China. It is the slightly more powerful version of the A9 that they released last month. The biggest change is that the A9x has a 48MP main rear camera, replacing the 16MP of the A9. While both phones pack a 4020mAh battery, the A9x comes with support for VOOC 3.0 fast charging. It does retain the rest of the hardware from the A9. This includes the Helio P70 SoC, 6GB of RAM, a 6.53-inch FHD+ display, and the 16MP front shooter. The upgraded A9 has 128GB of internal storage and runs on Android Pie-based ColorOS 6. The OPPO A9x comes in Meteorite Black and Ice Jade White and is priced at CNY 1,999 (PHP 15,181.44). Source

The OPPO K3 is scheduled to be launched on May 23 but was seen as an official listing on the company’s website. The listing confirmed and revealed its design and some of its specs It looks like a toned down OPPO F11 Pro with its pop-up selfie camera and stylish back with a dual camera setup. Albeit, the K3 has a simpler design and doesn’t have the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The K3 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 as confirmed from the listing. They also confirm that it will have a 16MP front shooter, a 6.5-inch AMOLED display, and an in-display fingerprint reader. The K3 will also come with LPDDR4X RAM, UFS 2.1 storage, and Game Boost 2.0. It will come in three colors – White, Green, and Blue. Source 

A video of the OPPO Vice President, Brian Shen, has just surfaced on the Chinese social media site, Weibo. In the video, Shen showed how impressive the 60x zoom is on the Reno 10x Zoom. The video begins from a wide shot with the building hardly visible. As the video plays we actually see the building at about 2x zoom. What was most impressive about it all was that even at 60x zoom, the details on the building was still clear enough to read. Sure there was quite a lot amount of noise on the footage, but not too much that the details are unclear. One can only wonder if we will get to see this impressive smartphone in the Philippines. We would definitely wouldn’t mind testing the 60x zoom for ourselves. Source

Hot after its launch of the Avengers Limited Edition OPPO F11 Pro, the company seems to have other plans on hand. This time, a Gundam Edition of its Reno smartphone. Seen on the company’s post in its Reno account in Weibo is a photo that seems to confirm the partnership, while a photo of the allegedly limited edition device inspired by the Japanese robot anime series was spotted on Twitter. The design nicely compliments the phone’s punch hole design, along with its minimal bezels. The back panel on the other hand, will have an image of a gundam robot, which gives enough space to fit its dual rear cameras. With a physical fingerprint sensor missing, this phone is expected to have an in-display fingerprint scanner. As with its previous limited edition phone, we can also expect a matching theme or wallpaper, along with special packaging. There’s no other available information…

Following the  launch of its first phones for its Reno series, the Reno, Reno 10x zoom, and Reno 5G, OPPO seems to be gearing up for for a more budget-friendly option, the Reno Z, which was briefly listed on the China Telecom website. The leak included renders, specs, and pricing information. The affordable Reno phone will feature a 6.4-inch FHD+ display with a waterdrop notch that holds its 32MP selfie cam. While its display also has a built-in fingerprint reader. It’ll have a dual camera set up at the back with a 48MP main camera partnered with a 5MP depth sensor. The phone is reported to be powered by a Helio P90 along with 6GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. This is rounded out with a 3950mAh battery with VOOC 3.0 for 20W fast charging. The Reno Z is said to come in Star Purple, Extreme Night Black, Coral Orange,…

A couple of years back, features like pop-up cameras used to be only found in concept phones or prototypes. I personally never thought they’d be in production phones anytime soon, and if they’ll be, it’ll probably cost you a fortune. Fast forward to 2019, and these so-called premium features have made it to the mid-range segment, and the OPPO F11 Pro is a great example of a device in this category. Add VOOC 3.0 fast charging and dual rear cameras with a dedicated Night Mode and Dazzle Color feature to the recipe, and you get a phone that seems to be well-rounded in just about every aspect. So, is this phone the ideal mid-range device? or is just another set of gimmicks badly put together? let’s find out. Design and Build Quality For the F11 Pro, it seems that the company really went back to the drawing board, as this…

OPPO welcomes a new addition to the F11 lineup, with the introduction of the OPPO F11 Online Exclusive – basically, the F11 that many love, for a lot less. Take those brilliant low light shots with the F11’s 48MP f/1.8 + 5MP f/2.4 dual rear cameras, and snap those expert selfies with its 16MP front snapper. The OPPO F11 Online Exclusive creates a perfect combination of cutting-edge smartphone technology with beautiful and elegant design. Enjoy non-stop action with its 4,020mAh battery, and with VOOC 3.0 Flash Charge Technology, you won’t have to wait for too long to recharge your phone. For optimal performance, the F11 Online Exclusive boasts 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The OPPO F11 Online Exclusive comes in a Marble Green colorway, and is now available exclusively on Shopee for PhP12,990.

In support of box-office hit Avengers: Endgame, OPPO announced a collaboration with Marvel Studios for the launch of the OPPO F11 Pro Marvel’s Avengers Limited Edition. As is well-known, a lot of young fans look up to the strong, iconic, and powerful avengers, and OPPO wants to team up with Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame to reach fans everywhere. OPPO has developed partnerships and initiatives related to popular culture and arts – this would help the brand to communicate better with young people worldwide, and connect with fans of the franchise. This limited edition OPPO F11 Pro features a one-of-a-kind design, and is named space blue. The blue back cover is polished with a hexagonal pattern, plus OPPO’s signature gradient effects: The panel even responds dynamically to different lighting conditions, steel blue in the middle, and midnight blue on the sides. The bold red Avengers “A” then forms a perfect contrast…

OPPO Philippines has just announced the specs and price of the OPPO F11! Following the launch of the full-display beauty that is the OPPO F11 Pro, the OPPO F11 packs the powerful features of the F11 Pro but at a more competitive price. Some of these shared features include the 48MP low-light camera, 4000mAh battery with VOOC 3.0 fast-charging, the MediaTek Helio P70, and 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. Its rear camera, like the F11 Pro, has a dual rear camera comprised of a 48MP main and a 5MP secondary camera with a 6P lens and f/1.79 aperture. It features Ultra Night Mode, Dazzle Color Mode, and AI Scene Recognition. While in the front is a 16MP camera with f/2.0 aperture and features Sensor-HDR and custom beautification. The more competitively priced F11 has a 6.5-inch waterdrop screen display with 2340×1080 resolution and 19.5:9 ratio. The OPPO F11 comes in…

With the launch of the F11 Pro, OPPO is once again out to seek domination in the mid-range segment amidst a very intense competition. Their formula? bringing more premium features such as a rising front-camera, more powerful hardware, and an all-new look, combined with an attractive price tag. The question is, will it work? we spent some time with the F11 Pro, to find out. Design and Build Quality OPPO has decided to rework the design of its newest F-series device, which seems to be inspired by the more premium Find X. The variant that we have for review is called Thunder Black, which uses a three-gradient glossy finish for a premium look and feel. They even changed the layout of the branding at the back, which is a good move. Because its camera is now hidden away in a motorized mechanism, you’ll have the entire 6.5-inch screen to work…

OPPO has finally launched its newest mid-range contender here in the Philippines. Say hello to the new OPPO F11 Pro, packed with a ton of features and improvements that make it quite a tempting deal. Starting with the design, this particular variant we have is called Thunder Black, which uses three gradients for its back panel, which reacts beautifully and uniquely when illuminated at certain angles. They’ve also changed the branding to a new layout, which looks better than the previous generation. OPPO has gotten rid of the notch, and gives you 6.5-inches of real estate for all your content. This gives the device a screen-to-body ratio of 90.9%. Under the hood is a Helio P70 octa-core processor which offers up to 13% better GPU performance compared to the previous generation, along with 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage, expandable using a microSD card. The OPPO F11…

OPPO Vice President, Brian Shen announced Reno – a new product line in the company’s portfolio, much to the surprise of many. In a post on Weibo, the company has posted comments on the post by Shen saying that Reno isn’t actually a sub-brand but a new product line. The assumptions couldn’t be helped, since Vivo announced the IQOO. Whether we’ll see Reno follow the path, similar to that of Realme which launched one device under the mother brand but later separated into a different entity, is something to wait and see. Source