The Oppo R7s is a 5.5-inch phablet powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor and a whopping 4GB of RAM. It's also the first Android phone available in Rose Gold. We take a closer look.
With the long awaited Singapore release of the Xiaomi Mi Note, we take a look at some other similarly priced phones to see if it's still worth buying.
With smartphone resolutions getting higher and higher, battery life has struggled to keep up. As a result, reducing re-charge times has become the next best thing. But which fast charging technology is the best? And what phone can you find it on? We find out.
Not only is the Oppo N3 phablet armed with a unique motorized camera module, its 16MP sensor and f/2.2 aperture Schneider Kreuznach lens is one of the better performing smartphone cameras out there. With that in mind, we took it out for a day of shooting and here's the outcome.
The Oppo N3 is Oppo's latest flagship phablet. Now reduced to a more manageable 5.5-inch screen size, the quirky swiveling camera that lets you take high resolution selfies is back, only this time its motorized! Read on for our full review.
4G smartphones are now not only easily available, they have also become quite affordable. In the third quarter of 2014 alone, we saw the entry of six 4G smartphones that are priced below S$300. We round up these six phones from the likes of ASUS, HTC, Oppo, Motorola, Samsung and ZTE, and put them to the test. Find out which phone emerges as our top recommendation!
The Oppo Find 7 and 7A are hard to tell apart from their looks as their differences are all under the hood. Do the differences in display resolution, processor, RAM, battery capacity and weight justify the need to spend an extra S$120 on the Find 7? We find out in this shootout!
The R1 is the midrange offering from the Chinese phone maker, Oppo. Equipped with a 5-inch 720p display and an 8-megapixel rear camera, is the R1 worth considering over other value-oriented 5-inch smartphones in the market? We find out in this review.
The Oppo N1 is the first device that allows users to choose between Oppo's own ColorOS or Cyanogenmod - all without voiding warranty. A swiveling camera and secondary touchpad rounds up its highlights. Will such a device win the hearts of Android power users? We investigate.