OPPO has for some time been affiliated with bringing to market high quality devices at prices that appeal to the general masses, and the latest OPPO F1s is no exception, now available through Optus.
OPPO F1s is a follow up to the OPPO F1 which launched earlier this year and while the F1s was actually made available only a couple of months back, it’s Optus that’s managed to once again claim OPPO’s premium mid-range handset, as they had just over half a year ago with the original OPPO F1.
The line separating what is a manageable form factor for most, and clear phablet territory for those after greater screen real estate, could not be better exemplified than in the original two mid-range offerings from OPPO, the R7 and R7 Plus; but with the OPPO R7s there’s a happy medium that might just be for the better.
We’ve spent time with the OPPO R7 and its far bigger sibling, the R7 Plus and now the newest entrant to OPPO’s R7 series, the R7s offers a 5.5-inch panel for those torn between a relatively compact 5-inch display or going all out with a 6-inch phablet. As we found though, it’s with time that OPPO has been able to build upon a ...
If the past few years have shown anything in the smartphone space, it’s that interest in phablets are on the rise. The melding of phone with a screen size that borders tablet territory makes for an intriguing proposal for folks out there who wish to consume content on a large enough display, without the need to spend the extra on a separate tablet, let alone the hassle of having to take it with them while out and about.
But phablets have typically been offered with premium specs at an outlandish price-point. In Australia at least, there are few options for those after a phablet which ticks most of the boxes, while at a price you’d actually consider. The OPPO R7 ...
When it comes to OEMs who set out to push the envelope, beyond the well known there’s one Chinese OEM who are by no means a stranger to challenging the market ‒ OPPO.
One of OPPO’s latest offerings has an impeccable design with a good few specs to boot, but in our time with it, we’ve been left wondering whether the race to produce one of the thinnest smartphones was at all worth the effort, given the certain trade-offs that those who purchase it will be made to live with.
As OPPO Mobile continues to establish itself in the Australian market, today it announces its range of smartphones will be available through retailer Allphones.
It’s been a good three months since OPPO Mobile held their first event here in Sydney, with promises of big things within their first twelve months. While their initial launch was “soft” according to them, whereby OPPO’s range was made only for sale officially through their Australian online store — up until this point we’ve been strapped for other avenues of purchase.
That changes today and in a move OPPO believe will work well just as we head into the Christmas period, OPPO will give their Find 7, N1 Mini and Neo 5 the retail ...