Ever wondered why Oppo and Vivo never went ahead with premium flagship smartphones in India? Hint, There's OnePlus for that.
Riding on the success of its latest R series smartphones in China, Oppo has for the first time taken the top spot for a full quarter in China's smartphone market, a report said on Friday.
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As we reviewed the Oppo F1 Plus, we discovered plenty of improvements and new additions that should be enough to help Oppo stand out in a market crowded with smartphone brands.
According to independent research firm Sino-MR, Oppo took the number-one spot in China's offline sales in March for the recently launched F1 Plus. The F1 Plus (called the R9 in China) reportedly sold 180,000 units on its first day of sales on March 24, and after four days on the market had already sold more than 400,000.
The Oppo F1 Plus looks like a worthy upgrade to the Oppo F1. It's killer feature is touted to be a 16MP front camera that dwarfs the 13MP rear camera.
At an event in New Delhi, Oppo unveiled the F1 Plus. The device is priced at Rs 26,900. The device will go on sale mid-April.
Chinese smartphone maker Oppo will set up a local manufacturing unit in India with an investment of Rs 100 crore for the facility in Noida.