OPPO performed ‘ CEE Into The Future, announced the start of regional operations covering the operational infrastructure in 11 Central and Eastern European countries, including Poland-Warsaw, where the headquarters is located, Romania where the test center is located, and Turkey, where it has extensive production facilities. The center of regional operations will continue to be Warsaw, Poland, under the leadership of Central and Eastern Europe Leader Johnny Zhang. OPPO currently operates in the CEE region in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Turkey, Ukraine and Uzbekistan, reaching more than 400 million individuals in these countries.
OPPO demonstrates its commitment to the region for the company in Turkey. Reno and A Series demonstrated by investing in an extensive manufacturing facility that will produce smartphones. More than 800 local employees are currently employed at the factory. OPPO has also held a meeting in Romania as another demonstration of its long-term commitment to the region. test center installed.
OPPO Central and Eastern Europe Leader Johnny Zhang, made the following statements: “Today, we have spent more than two years working hard to build our presence in the region. OPPO enables us to build our brand over the long term, from the opening of its production facility in Turkey with 800 local employees to the establishment of local teams across the region. Central and Eastern Europe is critically important to OPPO, as evidenced by our ongoing and ongoing investments in the region. The region has not only embraced smartphone technology, but the success we have achieved to date demonstrates the synergy between OPPO and users in the Central and Eastern Europe region. revealed.”
speaking at the event Ben Stanton, Research Manager at Canalys said: “Consumers want a smartphone with a premium quality camera, a screen and a long-lasting battery. They also want to see a safe brand that invests locally and employs local talent. and brings options to the Central and Eastern European market with a reputable brand it can trust.”
Leadership in 5G
By the end of 2022, approximately 20 million 5G portable subscriptions are expected in the Central and Eastern Europe region, and it is claimed that this will increase tenfold to reach 200 million in the next 5 years. With OPPO’s launch of the first commercial 5G smartphone to the European market in 2019, its leadership in 5G standards makes it an ideal partner for operators and retailers looking to take advantage of the capacity, speed and flexibility it offers.
Johnny Zhang said about the bet: “OPPO has made 5G collaborations with more than 80 operators around the world, most of them in Europe, and has applied for more than 3,000 patents related to 5G standards. OPPO smartphones will demonstrate the advantages of 5G in the region. We are working closely with operators in the region to ensure that it is thoroughly optimized to deliver to users.”
History of innovation
OPPO, which innovates in critical user-centric technologies such as charging and battery technology, artificial intelligence and advanced image and display technology using 6G, with 6 Research Institutes, 5 R&D Centers and more than 10,000 employees dedicated to innovation worldwide. is committed to further developing and optimizing its software and design capabilities. Acting with the vision of ‘Technology for Humanity, Good for the World’, OPPO believes that it is their duty to provide a user-centered experience that encourages people to do more through its technology and innovation, and aims to develop technologies that improve user experience for this purpose.