btw i saw all the hype that oppo is putting on that new gen revolutionary camera,rotative camera, they are the only ones :-j. the first phone with the feature, to my knolege was a samsung some years back and then NEC used it for some generations to. why get sued by oppo for an idea they stole from others?
The pasted text from OPPO shows three things:-
1. Oppo is probably waiting for the product to release and then sue...
2. Oppo is giving a change to Polaroid, in a way by announcing it before.
3. Grammatical poorness of Oppo, or maybe the Chinese.
""However, OPPO has not licensed the design of the rotating camera to any third parties, nor HAS US done that in any OEM way.""
""has made OPPO being a MOSTLY TALKED new brand in the mobile industry.""
even otherwise... the whole text looks like a blog post. :D
does oppo pay many other companies who allready have camera rotating system on their laptops? i think it is pointless to brag about it now!