Global Technology and Smartphone giant, OPPO, celebrates its 17 years anniversary. Since its establishment globally, OPPO has travelled to over 50 countries and regions and brought a wide range of smart devices to consumers globally. 

With the brand’s debut in 2008, a mobile phone with a unique design on its back, commonly known as the smiley face phone, became a best seller with over a million units sold in a year. Its creative design has added a bit of ‘human touch’ to make users feel a sense of intimacy towards the otherwise cold and lifeless tech gadgets. Putting faith in ” Technology for mankind, kindness for the world.”, OPPO hopes to make every user feel the kindness and warmth of technology through every product or service they provide.

OPPO 17th anniversary - OPO's first phone

Coming into the Middle East and African market, OPPO once turned the 828m Burj Khalifa into a gorgeous green billboard with an impressive light show, celebrating the launch of the OPPO Reno2 and demonstrating its amazing imaging features.

The brand has in recent years increased its focus on Africa and promising African Markets, working tirelessly to ensure that Africa as an emerging Market in the global marketplace gets equal access to premium high end technology without compromising on the global standards the brand delivers all over the world.

OPPO celebrates 17th anniversary

Over the past 17 years, OPPO has left its footprint all over the world. Not only has OPPO achieved various degrees of success in promising emerging markets like Nigeria; OPPO’s influence as a premium smartphone brand is spreading fast among smartphone and technology users all over the continent. In the future, OPPO will continue to expand its technological developments, product innovations and become more global. Bringing high-quality tech products, meticulous services, and even better experiences to more OPPO users and partners.

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