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Oppo wants to bring AI to all of its smartphones

 

Like many companies, Oppo makes a wide variety of smartphones. This ranges from budget phones to high-end flagships. Typically speaking, companies tend to reserve the best features for its flagship phones, but that won't be the approach that Oppo is taking when it comes to AI implementation.

 

The company has announced their commitment to AI where they plan to roll out generative AI features across its entire product line. This means that even if you're buying a budget Oppo handset, you should be able to expect to access some AI features. This is versus other companies who reserve AI capabilities for their flagship (read more expensive) handsets.

 

Oppo will be working with various partners in the industry, such as Google, MediaTek, and Microsoft. The company estimates that as a result of their efforts, AI features should be accessible to around 50 million of their smartphone customers by the end of the year. This is quite noble on Oppo's part.

 

We expect that AI will be the focus on smartphones for the coming years and will become a must-have feature. Limiting it to just high-end devices will create a disparity in the user experience. Of course, whether or not these AI features are actually useful remains to be seen, but at the very least Oppo's customers will be able to take advantage of it.


Leaked images reveal all the colors for Oppo's upcoming Reno 12 series

 

The Chinese company Oppo is gearing up to unveil its next smartphones, the Reno 12 and Reno 12 Pro, on May 23. Ahead of the launch, there have been multiple leaks, and now new images show all the colors both phones will be available in.

 

Well-known and trusted leaker Evan Blass shared images of the Reno 12 and Reno 12 Pro on X. Both phones will come in three color options. While they look almost identical, there are subtle differences in their color shades and finishes.

 

 

The Reno 12 and Reno 12 Pro both come in a sleek Black option. But the Reno 12 Pro also shows off a stylish gradient light pink, while the standard Reno 12 flaunts a soft pink design with a matte finish.

 

The third color option really stands out. The Reno 12 comes in a Millennium Silver, while the Pro model will be available in a unique Silver Fantasy Purple. You can see both colors side by side, thanks to another leak from China showing what appear to be real-life images of the upcoming phones.

 

So, with so many leaked images, the design and colorways of the Reno 12 and Reno 12 Pro are no longer a secret. As you can see, both phones sport a triple camera setup, and the specs for these cameras recently leaked, too.

 

Leaked images reveal all the colors for Oppo's upcoming Reno 12 series

 

Both phones are rumored to house a 50MP main camera featuring a Sony IMX890 sensor with OIS (optical image stabilization), an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 50MP 2x telephoto camera. Furthermore, speculation suggests they may boast a 50MP selfie camera as well.

 

Previous reports suggest that the standard Oppo Reno 12 could pack a MediaTek Dimensity 8250 processor, while its Pro counterpart may boast the more powerful Dimensity 9200+. The Pro model is rumored to feature a 6.7-inch display with a crisp 1.5K resolution and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate, along with a substantial 5,000 mAh battery supporting 80W wired fast charging.

 

Additionally, OnePlus and Oppo recently announced a partnership with Google to bring Google's AI to their phones. The Oppo Reno 12 series is anticipated to incorporate not only some of Google's AI features but also several developed in-house.

 

Price details are still under wraps, but the initial launch of these two phones will take place in China. Whether they'll hit other markets soon after remains uncertain. Keep an eye out for further updates.


Oppo rolls out Android 14-based ColorOS 14 to users globally: What devices are getting it?

 

Many Android smartphone manufacturers create their own software that sits atop the stock Android operating system, giving users a distinct look and feel, along with extra features and functionalities. Chinese company Oppo is no exception, and it is currently rolling out updated ColorOS based on the latest Android 14 to users worldwide.

 

As per Gizmochina (via Android Headlines), Oppo has provided a list of smartphones scheduled to receive Android 14 this month. Notably, some devices, including the Oppo Find N3 series (including the Collector's Edition and Find N3 Flip), have already received the update. Additionally, three devices from the ‘X' series, namely Oppo Find X5 Pro, Find X5, and Find X3 Pro, are also in line to get the update.

 

The remaining smartphones, such as the Reno10 series, Reno8 series, Reno7, Oppo F23 5G, Oppo F21 Pro series, and Oppo K10 5G, will receive the update soon, too. The rest of the list is dedicated to Oppo's A series smartphones.

Oppo rolls out Android 14-based ColorOS 14 to users globally: What devices are getting it?

 

The latest update brings several improvements to Oppo smartphones for a better user experience. Now, you can multitask more easily with floating window support. Also, you can shake your phone to change songs or handle notifications. Plus, you can customize the font style in the status bar to match your style.

 

There are also enhancements in display transitions, lock screen features, and vibration effects to make interactions smoother. You can now adjust the screen refresh rates for individual apps, and the color display has been optimized for better visuals. Additionally, you can edit photos in the gallery and easily revert them to their original state.

 

Keep in mind that the update is being rolled out gradually, so it might not be accessible to everyone simultaneously. It may take some time before it reaches your device.

 

ColorOS boasts a unique design aesthetic that sets it apart from the standard Android appearance. Characterized by a vibrant and playful interface, ColorOS is the default operating system on all Oppo smartphones. Notably, Oppo recently resolved a year-long patent dispute with Nokia, paving the way for the global release of its upcoming smartphones, including the Find X7 Ultra.


OPPO's Find X7 Series Might Feature a Killer Camera

 

In a day and age where the race for mobile photography performance has been dominated by the likes of Apple, Samsung, and Google, it should be said that competing brands from China have likewise upped their smartphone camera game. As such, it looks like Oppo is preparing to wow audiences with the impending release of the Oppo Find X7 series.

 

Granted, the phone isn't out yet, but leaks and rumors have nonetheless swirled around its existence. More recently, Oppo itself gave a quick teaser about the Find X7 series via its Weibo social media page, giving fans a preview of the device's camera hardware.

 

OPPO's Find X7 Series Might Feature a Killer Camera

 

Oppo says that the Find X7 series will come with Sony's LYT-900 camera sensor, one of the newer one-inch imaging sensors that we've been seeing more of lately. Aside from this however, no other information has been shared, so details such as price, availability, and other hardware specs remain a mystery at the moment.

 

With that being said, it should be interesting to see how the Find X7 series ends up, and whether or not we'll see it launch for global markets.


Oppo's new Pad Air2 tablet is a rebranded OnePlus Pad Go

 

Oppo only briefly showcased the Pad Air2 tablet during its recent event in China, which focused on the company's new flagships, the Reno11 and Reno11 Pro. Even though not much information about the tablet was revealed at the said event, the tablet's official page provides a lot of details, including technical specifications, price and availability.

 

As the title says, Oppo's new Pad Air2 tablet seems to be a rebranded OnePlus Pad Go, specifically designed for the Chinese market. The tablet will hit the shelves over the weekend, but it's now available for preorder for as low as $180 and as high as $240.

 

The tablet sports a large 11.4-inch LCD display with 2408 x 1720 pixels resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. This affordable Android slate is powered by a large 8,000 mAh battery with 33W fast charging support.

 

Also, Oppo's tablet comes with Dolby Atmos sound, coupled with four speakers. The Pad Air2 is a Wi-Fi-only affair, so there's no cellular connectivity available on this particular tablet.

 

The tablet packs different amounts of memory: 6/128GB, 8/128GB, and 8/256GB. If this is truly just a rebranded OnePlus Pad Go, then we expect Oppo's new tablet to be equipped with a MediaTek Helio G99 chipset (or something similar).

 

Of course, the Pad Air2 features stylus support, as well as an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and another 8-megapixel shooter in the front. According to Oppo, the Pad Air2 ships with ColorOS 13, which is based on Android 13.

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