OPPO goes online with Amazon

Mobile manufacturer OPPO Mobiles have partnered with Amazon India, to sell their smartphone devices online.

OPPO’s entire range of smartphones that have been launched in India till date, including OPPO N1 and the recently launched quad HD smartphone – OPPO Find 7, will now be available on Amazon platform from July 14 onwards.


Tom Lu, CEO, OPPO Mobiles India, said: “Consumer orientation features big on our philosophy. In today’s digital age, consumers are spending a lot of time online, out of which e-commerce grabs a big share. We want Indian consumers to be able to buy OPPO smartphones from every nook and corner of the country. And Amazon India will help us do just that.”

OPPO had also reiterated plans for an aggressive sales and service network expansion in India with a target of over 200 service centers in next one year.

OPPO is targeting a mix of at least 10 products that cover the price range from below Rs 10,000 to around Rs 40,000 this year.

China-based OPPO entered Indian market in 2014 with N1, a 5.9 inch smartphone with a 206-degree rotating camera and rear touch panel. OPPO had also introduced Find 7 and Find 7A to India recently.



Samsung unveils five new devices to take on Huawei

Samsung on Wednesday unveiled five devices in its Galaxy models to take on the new smartphone market leader Huawei. Note20 and Note20 Ultra with enhanced...