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Oppo to ship 50 million smartphones in 2015

OppoEverything in the Android world in China is really tense since Xiaomi is allowed to sell their products in India 8th January 2015. On the other had Oppo, the company which shipped approximately 30 million smartphones this year is expected to ship almost double the number of devices in 2015. According to DigiTimes, the exact figure is 50 million smartphones. Out of the 50 million smartphones, nearly 35 million smartphones are expected be sold in China while the remaining in international markets. We love the way Oppo packs their devices. What do you like about Oppo ??

Oppo uses Qualcomm processors for all the high-end models. The company is working hard to increase the shipments of the entry level smartphones in both domestic and international markets. Apart from the shipments of smartphones next year, the company is thinking about setting up a handset manufacturing plant in Indonesia claiming a 6.5% market share as of now. We have been supporting Oppo for a long time now and have seen their growth as a smartphone brand since the beginning of 2013. Various other smartphone and tablet manufacturers are waiting to show off their products just like Oppo. Huawei is already selling the Honor 6 exclusively on Flipkart. Once again, we wish each and everyone a Merry Christmas !! Do feel free to share with us your thoughts and views about Oppo in the comments section below.

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