OPPO pushes high-end mobile phones in India Can it succeed in India?

From: Blue technology
Time: 2018-07-18
Summary: According to Indian media Toutiao, China's smartphone maker Oppo is jointly owned by BBK electronics and VIVO and OnePlus. Oppo and Vivo are entry-level and mid-range smartphones, while OnePlus is known for its high-end devices.
According to Indian media Toutiao, China's smartphone maker Oppo is jointly owned by BBK electronics and VIVO and OnePlus. Oppo and Vivo are entry-level and mid-range smartphones, while OnePlus is known for its high-end devices.

However, it seems that Oppo is also entering the high-end smartphone market. With the most expensive offering to date, Oppo Find X sells for $4,999 and claims to be the flagship killer.

The features offered by Oppo are amazing, and the best part of the phone is its design. Unlike any other advanced device, the design is unique and the camera is hidden on the top of the fuselage. Whenever the user enters the camera application or scanner application, the entire upper portion will slightly expose the camera.

In India, it is expected to be launched later this month and the price will be around 50,000 rupees. This is by far the most expensive Oppo product, but it has broken all the records in China. This phone has been listed on all major e-commerce sites in China. In just 15 minutes, its sales have exceeded 100 million. Oppo has achieved such good results in China and can also be replicated in India with this device.

Article source: Blue Technology

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