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OPPO brags about 5G smartphone progress by showing proof of a functional device, promises commercially available models in 2019.
You can get into the newest version of Android long before it's even finalized just by having one of 11 phones and with a little bit of clicking. Start here.
The budget-friendly OPPO A3 is the latest in an already long line of iPhone X-inspired designs from China's smartphone market leader, with a single rear-facing camera and no fingerprint reader.
Not quite as impressive as the F7 or R15, but not as easily forgettable as the A1 either, the OPPO A3 is apparently coming soon to China at the rough equivalent of $320.
After Pei deleted the tweet, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has posted an extensive explanation into why the notch has to be on the OnePlus 6.
Is this a legit leak of key OnePlus 6 specifications or just some educated guesswork based on the OPPO R15? Whatever it is, it definitely feels plausible.
OPPO already revealed plenty of details about its upcoming India-first F7 "Selfie Master", with some leaked sales pitch material helping fill in the blanks.
In case it wasn't already abundantly clear, the OnePlus 6 is likely to embrace the notch, similar to the OPPO R15 and Vivo X21. The latter also features in-display fingerprint recognition in one variant.
The China-first OPPO R15 and R15 Dream Mirror Edition are unlikely to come to Western markets, but they could well inspire the OnePlus 6 design.
An iPhone X-style notch helps the OPPO F7 achieve an 89 percent screen-to-body ratio, while AI functionality makes the 25MP front camera shine.
The OPPO F7 will have big branding power in India from a cricketer and is expected to be a lot like another phone from OPPO going to market soon.
We have a pretty good idea of how the OnePlus 6 will probably look, and unfortunately, the Chinese company's next flagship design might include a notch.
Yet another high-end Android phone is coming with an iPhone X-style notch, helping it achieve a possibly record-breaking 90 percent screen-to-body ratio. Meet the OPPO R15.