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Oppo R1x review: Sleek geometry

Oppo R1x review: Sleek geometry

GSMArena team, 05 June 2015| comments (17)

Always keen to impress with designs, Oppo has yet another eye-catching proposition in the R1x. There’s more to it than meets the eye though, and under the neat metal case the Oppo R1x is a capable all-round midranger...

Tags: Oppo, Android


Oppo R7 and R7 Plus hands-on: First look

Oppo R7 and R7 Plus hands-on: First look

GSMArena team, 20 May 2015| comments (20)

Oppo knows that you always split aces, so the new R7 comes in two versions. The 5" Oppo R7 and 6" R7 Plus share a lot – both are metal-clad knights, with 1080p AMOLED screens, they shoot 13MP images through Schneider-Kreuznach optics and offer practical dual-SIM connectivity...


Charge test: Battle of the fast chargers

Charge test: Battle of the fast chargers

GSMArena team, 10 April, 2015| comments (128)

Smartphone batteries piggybacked on the growing screen size to go up in capacity to support both the screen and faster chipsets. Slower to deplete, the new batteries also proved slower to charge so manufacturers tackled the issue with new standards.

Tags: Misc, Oppo, Samsung, Apple, HTC, Asus


Oppo N3 review: Motor head

Oppo N3 review: Motor head

Hristo Zlatanov, 26 December 2014| comments (22)

The formula for the smartphone to top all others is the industry’s elusive philosopher stone. Being complete newbies, but keen as a bean, Oppo's take is perhaps the weirdest. Yet it seems to work. The standard ingredients include the latest chipset, a robust screen, and a high-megapixel camera...

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Oppo R5 review: One to remember

Oppo R5 review: One to remember

GSMArena team, 23 December 2014| comments (29)

The world’s thinnest smartphone record is as fragile as a piece of china. It was broken three times in the last couple of months alone. The Oppo R5 may not be the thinnest smartphone around anymore, but it’s pure class – and mind you, it’s the second time we meet it in person...

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Oppo N3 and R5 hands-on: First look

Oppo N3 and R5 hands-on: First look

GSMArena team, 27 October 2014| comments (23)

Oppo's event has finally commenced and the star of the show is the successor to the Oppo N1, the Oppo N3 with yet another rotating camera module on the top, flaunting precision optics. The Oppo N3 is a phablet just like its predecessor and just like...

Tags: Oppo, Android


Camera shootout: Six enter, only one leaves

Camera shootout: Six enter, only one leaves

GSMArena team, 17 July 2014| comments (261)

If you have been following us throughout the years, you probably know that cameraphone shootouts are somewhat of our specialty from back when there were no iPhones or Androids. Now, it’s been almost...


LG G3 vs Oppo Find 7: Resolution wars

LG G3 vs Oppo Find 7: Resolution wars

GSMArena team, 15 July 2014| comments (40)

The LG G3 and Oppo Find 7 are the most recent embodiment of the latest and greatest that smartphones can offer, being the first (and still only) two devices that sport QHD screens. Whether or not a resolution of 2560 x 1440px on a 5.5-inch display...

Tags: LG, Oppo, Android, Shootout


Oppo Find 7 review: Dark horse

Oppo Find 7 review: Dark horse

GSMArena team, 02 July 2014| comments (56)

When talking about flagships, one name that keeps on popping up alongside the likes of Samsung and Sony is Oppo. Needless to say, it has long stopped being a surprise. With solid offerings of the past two generations in the Find 5 and N1, Oppo is...

Tags: Oppo, Android


Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Oppo Find 7a: Phantom menace

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Oppo Find 7a: Phantom menace

GSMArena team, 13 May 2014| comments (62)

So, a couple of weeks’ break and the Galaxy S5 is ready for the next round. And it’s only getting harder for the Samsung flagship - who would’ve thought we’d say this ahead of a head-to-head involving a Chinese smartphone?


Oppo Find 7a review: A-lister

Oppo Find 7a review: A-lister

GSMArena team, 05 May 2014| comments (37)

Oppo has been consistently living up to its name as an innovator in the mobile space and actually over-delivering in terms of user experience and features. To be fair, it’s only going to get harder for them – this was easily a brand to approach with...

Tags: Oppo, Android


Oppo N1 CyanogenMod edition review: Pure mind

Oppo N1 CyanogenMod edition review: Pure mind

GSMArena team, 14 January 2014| comments (20)

Trying out new things is in Oppo's DNA. The Find 5 was a clue, the N1 is the hard evidence, that the up and coming Chinese maker will never miss an opportunity to surprise and try to amaze. You know who...

Tags: Oppo, Android


Oppo N1 review: Head spin

Oppo N1 review: Head spin

GSMArena team, 27 November 2013| comments (29)

The Oppo N1 knows it will need to fulfill the promises made by the Oppo Find 5. The latter essentially placed the company on the international map but the newcomer does look like a much improved and mature product that will aim...

Tags: Oppo, Android


Oppo N1 hands-on: First look

Oppo N1 hands-on: First look

GSMArena team, 23 September 2013| comments (87)

Oppo is starting to make a name for itself in the West with its high-end phones, but the company is now more ambitious than ever – today's Oppo N1 promises an impressive camera takes on the likes of the Xperia Z1 and Lumia 1020...

Tags: Oppo, Android


Oppo R819 review: Asian blade

Oppo R819 review: Asian blade

GSMArena team, 20 August 2013| comments (18)

Dual-SIM phones have an aura of budget-mindedness, which makes it hard to find a handset that goes the extra mile. The Oppo R819 has an impressively slim and light build, a good screen and camera, and operates in the busy but somewhat...


Oppo Find 5 review: Oppo-lent screen

Oppo Find 5 review: Oppo-lent screen

GSMArena team, 6 February 2013| comments (73)

Oppo is perhaps better known for its Blu-Ray players, but if the Find 5 fails to place it on the map as a phone maker, we don’t know what will. The 5” 1080p screen will sure have plenty of eyeballs on it and its 441ppi density will certainly impress most...