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  1. Oppo apparently ‘considering’ four years of Android updates as Vivo commits to three Long-term Android updates have become a competition for most Android manufacturers nowadays with Samsung of all things leading the charge. To keep up, Vivo and Oppo are both expanding their Android update policies. Vivo announced today that it would commit to three years of Android updates. This isn’t a sweeping policy, though, but rather only applies to the flagship “X” series. The policy kicks in on devices launching after July of 2021 and covers the European, Australian,
  2. OPPO unveils the Find X3 Pro with new design, dual 50MP cameras, SD888, 120Hz AMOLED screen Today, OPPO finally took the wraps off of its flagship Find X3 Pro, after teasing some of the upcoming cool features last week. And indeed, there's a lot to unpack here. First up is an all-new design, using a single piece of glass across the entire back of the handset. It's one continuous curve, and OPPO says that it's inspired by space itself. The firm also talked up the engineering that it took to create that's admittedly an impressive piece of glass to make. Over
  3. OPPO Find X3 series launch date is March 11 Today, OPPO released an official poster through its Weibo handle that it will be launching the OPPO Find X3 series will be made official on March 11 in China. The poster has a silhouette of the camera bump of the Find X3 series. As leaked renders have revealed, the Find X3 Pro is equipped with a peculiar quad-camera module. The OPPO Find X3 series launch date poster has no information on its specifications. It is now up for registration through the OPPO China website. Past reports have revealed that the Find X3 series includes
  4. Samsung to supply foldable OLED panels to Google, OPPO, and Xiaomi Samsung is by now a veteran in the foldable smartphone space, culminating with the company’s excellent Galaxy Z Fold 2. It’s no wonder competitors would look to the company as they look to develop their own foldable devices. According to The Elec, Samsung is going to supply foldable OLED panels for devices from Google, OPPO, and Xiaomi. All of the panels are expected to be “in-folding,” with sizes ranging from 7.6 inches to 8.03 inches. As of now, all three of these companies are said to be
  5. Oppo X 2021 expandable phone gets a hands-on review Oppo’s expanding phone prototype, the Oppo X 2021, is doing the review rounds, and YouTuber Brandon Le Proktor has posted his hands-on impressions of the new smartphone form factor. In the video (in french) he confirms that the device is still only a prototype and that there is no guarantee it will enter production. He was however impressed by the smoothness and solidity of the device and noted that there were only a few minor glitches. He also confirmed however that the device was far from ready for the m
  6. Oppo Develops Double-Sided Pop-Up Smartphone Camera Multiple companies are apparently trying to solve the selfie camera notch problem in various ways. Oppo has a design they could implement as early as this year that allows a single pop-up camera module to capture photos both forward and backward out of a single unit using mirrors. The images here are renders that LetsGoDigital commissioned from Jermaine Smit, also known as Concept Creator, using the patent specification and show in detail how the concept would work. The pop-up module would use a light path
  7. OnePlus and Oppo reveal shocking secret partnership that is neither shocking nor secret Officially 'integrating some R&D' OnePlus and Oppo historically haven't been too explicit about their common parentage in tech conglomerate BBK Electronics. But now, after years of quietly sharing resources, the companies are officially integrating their research and development efforts. According to a report by Chinese publication DoNews, the process began back in December and was completed only recently. The publication also elaborates on the relationship, say
  8. Im using OPPO F7 Android Based on Android 9. There are some apps that are pre-installed, running in Back Ground but due to region Specific App is not visible Or Hidden May be. their icons are not shown in any launcher including default. SO i try to install app but it ended by saying App Not Installed. Its not over riding default app so is there any way to show or make visible this hidden app called Oppo App Market. Regards
  9. Since its debut last year in May, Realme has slowly secured a spot for itself among the top five smartphone companies in India. The company has launched a wide array of Android devices, spanning across various price brackets. When it comes to hardware specifications, Realme almost always offers a good back for your buck. But on the software front, the company’s ColorOS Android skin (which it shares with its parent company Oppo) isn’t all that great. However, the company aimed to change that with RealmeOS. Earlier this year in August, Realme’s CEO Madhav Sheth confirmed that the company was wor
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