Chinese smartphone maker OPPO is working on a 5G phone like the other big players in the smartphone market.
The firm has also announced plans for a new 10x lossless zoom feature for its next flagship camera smartphone which will be release in Kenya in the course of the year.
Debuting a world-first 10x lossless zoom technology and industry leading developments in 5G technology.
OPPO Vice President, Anyi Jiang said, “innovation is our top priority and we have made many recent developments to bring the future into consumer’s hands. We look forward to continuing with this commitment and bringing to market more advances particularly in 5G and photography.”
5G is the future of the smartphone industry, bringing with it endless possibilities for creativity, imagination and closer connectivity. Today, OPPO brought the 5G era closer with the announcement of its first 5G smartphone and the OPPO 5G Landing Project.
Cristiano Amon, President of Qualcomm Incorporated, endorsed OPPO’s commitment to 5G innovation, “Given their leadership in the 4G era, OPPO is well positioned to be a leader in the transition to 5G. We see tremendous opportunities to drive further innovation in the 5G era, and Qualcomm Technologies looks forward to working closely with OPPO to realize the true potential of 5G and support the launch of their first 5G smartphone powered by our flagship Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 855 Mobile Platform with the X50 5G modem, integrated RF transceiver and RF Front-End solutions.
OPPO’s first 5G smartphone looks set to revolutionize consumers’ lives through 4K, 8K video download/upload/cloud-play, 3D video calling, 5G cloud gaming and multi-player AR/VR game, in-store navigation, AR shopping integrated, immersive, entertainment everywhere and more.
OPPO’st 10x lossless zoom technology is a new technology created with industry-leading camera specifications including a triple-lens camera structure consisting of a telephoto lens, ultra-wide-angle lens, and main camera. To provide further value to users, OPPO also introduced Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) on both the main camera and the telephoto lens to achieve higher, anti-shake accuracy that brings people closer to the world around them so that they never miss the unmissable.