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News & Reviews:   OPPO

  • OPPO reveals 5x Dual Camera Zoom technology in MWC 2017

    OPPO reveals 5x Dual Camera Zoom technology in MWC 2017

    Today, OPPO has finally unveiled their mysterious "5x zoom in" technology here in Barcelona at MWC 2017. Initially, many thought (including us) the company will unveil a new device, but it turns out that it was just a new proposal on a new zoom in technology that OPPO aims to integrate in their future flagship.

  • Which are the top Smartphone brands in Malaysia in 2016? IDC: Samsung still on top, OPPO in second spot

    Which are the top Smartphone brands in Malaysia in 2016? IDC: Samsung still on top, OPPO in second spot

    According to International Data Corporation (IDC)’s latest report, despite the whole Galaxy Note 7 fiasco last year, Samsung remains as the top smartphone brand in Malaysia. OPPO and Huawei takes second and third spot respectively, to make up the top 3 brands that took up more than 50% of the Malaysian market share in 2016. Compared to 2015, smartphone shipments in Malaysia had dropped by 5.9% in 2016. This could be due to various negative economic factors, amongst, which included the weakening Malaysian Ringgit against US Dollar, as well as the rising costs of living in Malaysia.

  • OPPO overtakes Huawei as top smartphone brand in China in 2016, Apple out of Top 3!

    OPPO overtakes Huawei as top smartphone brand in China in 2016, Apple out of Top 3!

    According to the latest report from research firm IDC, OPPO is now the top smartphone brand in China. The company took a 16.8% share of the market, shipping a total of 78.4 million units in 2016! It is closely followed by Huawei, as well as Vivo, making up the Top 3 with a 48% total market share.

  • Rumours: MediaTek Helio P35 will be designed as a Snapdragon 660 alternative

    Rumours: MediaTek Helio P35 will be designed as a Snapdragon 660 alternative

    As part of their next wave of product announcement, MediaTek is currently designing a new mid-tier processor for its helio range. The new Helio P35 is said to have a deca-core CPU, with two Cortex-A73 64-bit cores clocked to 2.2GHz for heavy processing work.

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and 660 specs leaks

    Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and 660 specs leaks

    While we may just saw the launch of the latest and greatest SoC from Qualcomm, we have yet to know how the SoC is like in terms of performance. A new report has been spotted online, showing the possible specs of the 835, as well as the mid-tier 660 as well.

  • A new OPPO flying drone coming tomorrow in China

    A new OPPO flying drone coming tomorrow in China

    So, it seems that OPPO has already ventured to other gadgets right under our nose. On 24 August 2016 (tomorrow!), the teaser image clearly hints a flying drone with a tagline “Flash recharged and continue fighting”. But what does the tagline has to do with the flying drone?

  • Android now has more than 85% market share worldwide

    Android now has more than 85% market share worldwide

    You know Android is the king of smartphone when you get numbers like this – a report online shared that the OS from Google is currently holding about 86.2% of the world smartphone market share for the first half of 2016. Trailing way behind is iOS with under 12%.  

  • 90% of Snapdragon-equipped Android devices safe from QuadRooter thanks to Google’s Verify Apps

    90% of Snapdragon-equipped Android devices safe from QuadRooter thanks to Google’s Verify Apps

    We have talked about a newly discovered vulnerability that affects Android smartphones that is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors named QuadRooter. Thankfully, the majority of the smartphones are safe thanks to Google’s Verify Apps function.

  • Snapdragon-based Android devices affected by Quadrooter vulnerability

    Snapdragon-based Android devices affected by Quadrooter vulnerability

    With over a billion devices running Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor right now, the scale of a newly discovered vulnerability is staggering. Called Quadrooter, it can essentially take over the data on your smartphone.

  • Rumours: Samsung supplying dual-camera modules to Chinese OEMs

    Rumours: Samsung supplying dual-camera modules to Chinese OEMs

    Having dual-camera modules seems to be the thing to have with manufacturers today. The Honor 6 PlusHTC One M8 and the current crop of Huawei P9 and LG G5 are some of the smartphones that are now sporting dual-camera sensors. We will definitely see more in the near future, as Samsung is listed as one of the major suppliers of dual-camera modules to Chinese OEMs.