Guangdong Chinese consumer electronics producer Oppo Mobile Telecommunications Corp., Ltd, doing business as OPPO, with its headquarters in Dongguan, Guangdong. Smartphones, smart gadgets, audio equipment, power banks, and other electrical items are among its main product categories. In China, the brand name "Oppo" was first registered in 2001, and it was made public in 2004. The business has since grown to 50 nations. With the sale of its devices at more than 200,000 retail locations, OPPO overtook Samsung as the leading smartphone maker in China in June 2016.
India's Oppo Mobiles India Private Limited is a non-governmental organisation. It is a "corporation limited by shares" and is a private firm. The company's authorised capital is Rs 2505.5 lakhs, and its paid-up capital, which is Rs 2505.39 lakhs, is 99.99549% of that amount. Numerous camera technologies have been invented by OPPO. To its credit, it introduced the first-ever 10x hybrid zoom camera, under-screen camera, motorised camera (OPPO N1, seen in the video below), and AI-beautification function.
Oppo has its fair share of strong and weak points, but overall, the quality of its products, particularly its flagships like the Find X5 Pro, is great. Its less costly phones are good, although they frequently cost a bit more than alternatives with comparable specifications. Although Oppo doesn't have quite the same brand awareness as Samsung, its most recent flagship is a beauty filled with cutting-edge technology and some very distinctive curves. Here is a comparison between the Oppo Find X3 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.