Chinese cell phone manufacturer Oppo aims to make 100 million handsets in India before the end of 2020, an organization official said on Tuesday, including that the year would also see an aggressive retail push to let more individuals experience flagship gadgets. The brand saw a growth of 92.3 percent in Q3 (July-September period) in India, accomplishing a part of the market share of 11.8 percent, as indicated by the IDC.
The main focus regions for the organization would be the development of differentiated form factors and improved innovation for all while delivering an exceptional experience to buyers.
The year passed by brought broad growth for Oppo, as far as product portfolio extension, reinforcing of assembling capabilities, leaps forward in R&D and increase in retail touchpoints.
Oppo turned into the second-biggest cell phone player in the quickly developing $300-500 section in the nation, as per an IDC report. The organization has six worldwide institutions and four research centers and one of them is in Hyderabad. It will extend its presence in Hyderabad or possibly in Bengaluru to put more in the R&D space.
As the business is driving innovation really fast while drastically affecting the price-to-value ratio, Oppo anticipates that 2020 should introduce some never-seen patterns.
The year will also stamp the mark turning out for the 5G network. 5G is expected to provide more speeds that are up to multiple times quicker than the current 4G systems.
One of the innovation patterns getting faster is Artificial Intelligence (AI).