The N3 is definitely an upgrade to the N1, but its unadventurous body means you'll really only want this for the innovative camera.
Oppo has created a beautiful phone that shows plenty of promise, but it needs to iron out the kinks in its performance if it's to stand out against the cheaper competition.
With its swiveling camera mount and high tech specs, the Oppo N1 is easily today's most innovative smartphone that most people haven't heard of.
The Oppo PM-3 is an impressive headphone -- both in terms of build and sound quality -- but just how impressive you think it is will depend on what music you feed it and from what source.
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Oppo may have packed the Find 7 with the latest and greatest specs, but it faces stiff competition from the LG G3, which has similar specs but a better design.
If you have $700 to splurge, are a global jet-setter, and like software tweaks, you may find a friend in the Oppo Find 5.
Oppo's gorgeous new, beautifully crafted headphones are best in their price class, says the Audiophiliac.
Planar magnetic drivers are usually found in high-end, open-back models, but the new closed-back, $399 Oppo PM-3 breaks new ground.
The sequel to the N1 has a new 16-megapixel swivel camera with an electric motor that can be controlled by finger gestures or the O-Click accessory.
The new handset from Chinese smartphone maker Oppo will reportedly come packing an octa-core MediaTek processor and a 20.7-megapixel rear camera.