Oppo Says New Power and Camera Tech Headed to MWC
Oppo today said it plans to reveal new power and camera technologies at next month's Mobile World Congress trade show. The company promised to show off a "groundbreaking power solution" and "unprecedented smartphone camera innovation" but it stopped short of saying it has new handsets on deck. Oppo recently said it shipped more than 50 million devices during 2015, which puts it in the top ten manufacturers of the world. The company sells smartphones that run ColorOS, its forked version of Android 5.1.
Oppo Talks Up Sensor-Based Image Stabilization
Oppo today debuted two new technologies at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, one that promises higher-quality pictures and another that delivers faster-charging batteries. Oppo says it has created the first image stabilization system for phones at the sensor level.
Oppo Makes Near-Stock Android Available to Some Phones
Oppo today began offering customers an alternative to its ColorOS. The company has created a new operating system based on Android 5.1 Lollipop that it calls Project Spectrum.
Oppo Debuts R9 and R9 Plus Handsets
Oppo today announced the R9 and R9 Plus smartphones, two all-metal devices that feature an updated version of Oppo's Color OS. Both the R9 and R9 Plus run Color OS 3.0, which is based on Android 5.1 Lollipop, and is not as heavy as the previous version of ColorOS.
Oppo Shows Off R7 Plus and R5s Smartphones
Oppo today announced two new handsets, the R7 Plus and the R5s (pictured). Both share thin and premium designs with internal specs such as 1.5GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processors, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and 13-megapixel Sony cameras.