SYDNEY — Chinese electronics manufacturer OPPO has pushed into the Western mobile phone market by launching four mobile devices in Australia on Tuesday, including a phone for taking the perfect selfie.
OPPO decided to branch into the Aussie market due to the amount of tech-savvy consumers who are passionate about the latest gadgets. The range initially includes the Find 7, N1 Mini, Find 7a and Neo 5, which will be available locally via their website on Wednesday.
Michael Tran, OPPO’s head of marketing, said the company — which in previous years had been focussed on BlueRay and DVD products — is known for pushing boundaries in the tech space. “We want to offer groundbreaking approach to mobile devices, to show high-end phones don’t have to cost a fortune,” he said at a launch event in Sydney. “We have a huge amount of devices in the pipeline.” Read more…
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