PPO, the leading Chinese smartphone manufacturer, marks its entrance into the UAE market ,The mobile handsets Find 7a, N1 mini, R1k, Neo 3, Yoyo and Joy will be available beginningSeptember 27 at GITEX Shopper 2014 at Sharaf DG booth at stand ss1-6and at Jumbo booth at stand ss2-1&ss2-2.

With its entrance to the UAE market, OPPO will be introducing some of their innovative technologies such as VOOC rapid charge, capable of charging the phone’s battery to 75% in only 30 minutes on the Find 7a; and the 13MP rotating camera on the N1 mini, allowing users to shoot Ultra HD mode photos from front to rear. Additionally, OPPO’s smartphones sport the manufacturer’s operating system, Color OS, featuring many user friendly functions such as off-screen gestures and customizable hand gestures for easy access to applications.

 

“OPPO as a brand focuses on innovation and technology. Like the UAE we are determined to move technology forward in order to deliver the best service possible in the smartphone industry. Our passion is to develop a product that is not only user friendly, but meets the demands of consumers in the UAE and abroad,” said Henry Tang, Regional Sales Manager, OPPO.

 

He added: “Our high-quality, state of the art devices, exceeds the expectations, setting the new standard in what consumers can demand from their mobile. We are looking forward to beginning our journey into the Middle Eastern market and what better platform then the region’s biggest consumer electronics show and partner retailer’s to do so.”

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Since entering the mobile market in 2008, OPPO has given the market a number of firsts.  The 6.65 mm OPPO Finder was released in mid-2012; at the time it was the thinnest smartphone in the world. OPPO also announced one of the world’s most anticipated smartphones, the OPPO Find 5 featuring a world’s first 5-inch 1080p display and 13 megapixel stacked CMOS sensor.

 

OPPO uses only the highest quality components available on the market today. OPPO strongly believes that customers are at the core of their business, with customer feedback playing a big role in both hardware and software development.