It’s more than a year since OPPO introduced its original OPPO R9 series and they are about to release a new successor with the R11. Like the current series, it will come in two sizes with the OPPO R11 and OPPO R11 Plus. After playing around with larger sensors and quicker dual PDAF focusing technology, OPPO is finally jumping on the dual-camera bandwagon.
The new OPPO A57 is finally hitting Malaysia this weekend and it will be available first on Celcom. Officially priced at RM1,098, Celcom customers can get it for free on their FIRST Platinum plan.
OPPO Malaysia is introducing another “Selfie-Expert” smartphone for the Malaysian market. If the current 5.5″ smartphones are too huge for your liking, the upcoming OPPO A57 might be the selfie-centric smartphone you’re looking for.
OPPO has recently put more emphasis on its rear camera with the release of the R9s and R9s Plus. Its 16MP main camera uses a newer Sony IMX398 sensor and it focuses quicker thanks to its Dual PDAF technology.
Not wanting to leave its “Selfie Expert” title behind, the Chinese smartphone brand is about to release a new successor for its OPPO F1 series and it will come with dual front cameras.
Another year, another selfie-centric smartphone from OPPO. Only this time, they’re not calling it a Selfie Expert, probably because it doesn’t bear the F1 badge. Instead, OPPO Malaysia is shifting the focus onto their new R9s smartphone to the 16-megapixel primary camera at the back.
But, when the R9s also comes with a 16MP selfie shooter up front, you’re gonna wanna take some selfies too.
Prefer something darker? The OPPO F1s selfie expert is now available in Classic Black. Pre-orders are now open and it will be available in Malaysia on 17th December.
Here come the next wave of selfie-centric smartphones, the OPPO R9s and OPPO R9s Plus. These handsets build upon the original R9 duo’s formula with a little more kick added to the mix. Here are the details.
Hot on the heels of the F1 Plus and the F1 the latest revision of OPPO’s “Selfie Expert” arrives at a slightly more reasonable price than the F1 Plus with some of the features of that device transplanted on to it, but not all of them.