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We took the new Oppo R15 Pro smartphone for a spin. Here's a taste of what the dual-lens camera on it can do.
Looking back over the last dozen or so major smartphones from Chinese brand Oppo, a visible evolution in product design can be seen taking us from the feature-phone era to the company's more-recent and modern Android-based efforts.
We got our hands on Oppo's R15 Pro ahead of its Chinese launch. Here's a quick sneak-peek.
We unboxed the Oppo R15 Pro. Here's what's inside.
Oppo has unveiled the latest two additions to its popular R-series of devices: the R17 and R17 Pro.
Oppo has launched its latest budget handset exclusively through JB Hi-Fi, the Oppo A3S.
OPPO has been named as the leading smartphone brand in the lower premium segment by market research firm Counterpoint.
Following the launch of their SIM-only mobile plans, JB HiFi is offering discounts on phones such as OPPOs Find X and AX5.
Oppo has announced that a new "supercharged" version of the Find X will now be available in Australia.
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On the eve of launching their R15 flagship smartphone in their home market of China, OPPO flew PC World Australia and several other journalists to visit Shenzhen and one of their factories.
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