Oppo Set To Launch Phones In South Africa
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo has officially landed in South Africa, offering a number of devices in the country.
Oppo is the second-biggest smartphone manufacturer in China, and it has a major presence in a number of countries around the world, where it offers everything from entry-level handsets to cutting-edge flagship smartphones.
The company has the largest smartphone market share in Egypt and in South East Asia, and it has seen 102% year-on-year growth in Western Europe.
In a presentation on the launch of its smartphones in South Africa, Oppo said it has partnered with a number of major retailers to offers its mid-range A-series smartphones in the country. These will be available from 7 October locally.
The company did not provide recommended retail pricing for its new smartphones, except for the Oppo A72, which it said will be priced at R6,999. The devices which will be available in South Africa this year include the following: Oppo A15 – TBA Oppo A53s – TBA Oppo A72 – R6,999 “All Oppo devices will be coming with Oppo rewards, which include accessories and vouchers for Superbalist, Netflix, Go Gamers, and Google Play,” the company said.
“Next year in 2021, we will be launching our flagship product,” it added.
Below are the Oppo smartphones confirmed to be coming to South Africa. Oppo A15 The Oppo A15 will be the most affordable handset in the A Series range.
The specifications for the Oppo A15 have not yet confirmed at the time of writing, but the company said it will offer the following:
6.5-inch HD+ Display Triple rear camera 4,320mAh Android 10