OPPO, the leading brand in the smartphone world, continues to innovate and bring technological innovations that will serve to improve the quality of life of its users.
It was during the last Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Shanghai that OPPO chose to exhibit its latest creations and technological jewels, with its famous Flash Charge technology, OPPO Smart Homes and the 5G O’Reserve Antenna.
In the presence of several Asian and global behemoths of electronic technology, like China Telecommunication Technology Labs (CTTL) and many others in the booth of OPPO. The brand presented and explained its pioneering charging technology, the VOOC Flash Charge, a technology that is available at OPPO in several charger models including a 125W Flash Charger capable of charging a 4000 mAh phone in just 20min as well as a wireless AirVOOC Flash Charge capable of charging the same battery up to 100% in 30min.
In addition to Flash Charge technology, OPPO stood out by presenting the Smart Home of the future which will be fully equipped with OPPO IoT products. This house of the future will be managed by a very powerful processor (Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF) which will be able to harmonize everything in the house using 5G and thanks to very powerful and intelligent antennas, developed by the brand (O- Reserve 5G Antenna).
In the same vein of technological innovation, OPPO continues to impress with the launch of the newest addition to the Find X series, the Find X3 Pro. The smartphone is a pure concentrate of cutting-edge technologies in terms of photography, imaging and charging.
The Find X3 Pro stands out as the first Android phone to be able to display 1 billion colors per image thanks to the OPPO Full-path Color Management system. The Smartphone has the best Flash Charge technology available on the market, a very powerful Qualcomm processor and a very futuristic and stylish curved design.
OPPO has built, and continues to develop, a solid foundation as one of the world’s largest smartphone manufacturers, shipping 33.8 million units in the fourth quarter of 2020, the fourth highest of any smartphone maker. .