The 1.75" Watch 3 and the 1.91" Watch 3 Pro
Following the recent Samsung smartwatch launch, Oppo has unveiled its answer in the form of the Watch 3 series, powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 SoC.
Oppo Watch 3 confirmed
Qualcomm announced a significant improvement in its wearable portfolio with W5+ and W5 Gen 1 SoCs in 4nm. The advancements are made in all areas with 50 percent smaller core PCB, 35 percent smaller chipset, and 30 percent reduction in SoC, gaining up to 2X performance.
Smartphone technology apparently is Chinese now
After taking part in the biggest patent technology grab by the US, the EU is now worried about the Chinese counterattack.
A first foldable from Oppo
Oppo has teased the company's first foldable phone and while we only have a profile to look at, it appears that it could be announced on December 15th.
Motorola first with the announcement, Xiaomi to follow
There are plenty of smartphone makers that are jumping on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 train as Qualcomm has already confirmed we will see the first phones before the end of the year.
125W fast-charging spec
Chinese mobile giant OPPO claims its new 125W fast-charging spec will fully fuel your phone in 20 minutes.
Next gen motion processing, color accuracy and always-HDR mode on WQHD+ 120 Hz display
Oppo has just announced the Oppo Find X2 and X2 Pro phones and the focus is on display: WQHD+ resolution with a 120 Hz variable fresh rate. The screen gets the front seat in the product announcement, the place usually reserved for camera. Oppo didn’t leave things to chance and enabled quite a capable camera in both models, but we want to focus on the motion-enhanced 120 Hz display, absolute color accuracy and always HDR experience, powered by the Pixelworks Iris 5 processor.
Custom made Sony sensor
Oppo's next flagship phone, the Find X2 with have faster and more accurate autofocus (AF), thanks to a custom-made Sony sensor.
Reno3 Pro to be one of the first with Snapdragon 765G
Following Qualcomm's announcements, Oppo has now confirmed it will launch 5G smartphones based on Qualcomm's new mobile platforms in Q1 2020.
Notch- and hole-free phones eventually coming
While some smartphones makers have found a way to avoid having a notch or a hole for the selfie camera, it appears that under-display selfie cameras are coming to phones sooner than expected, as both Oppo and Xiaomi have demonstrated working prototypes.