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Here’s What Went Down at Oppo’s Meet and Greet in Lagos.

Last week, I was privileged to attend Oppo’s first meet and greet in the country.

About 30 members of the press from Print, TV, Radio and top online blogs were in attendance. At the event, the PR Manager, OPPO Nigeria, Joseph Adeola, introduced OPPO Mobile to the press, while explaining the global outlook of the company. He further exposed the press to OPPO Mobile’s global operating model, success stories and the entry strategy into the African market.

Following the conversation, the Marketing Manager of OPPO Mobile Nigeria, Nengi Akinola, spoke on the global collateral of the OPPO brand and how they intend to bring the same to the Nigerian market. She went on to speak about the plans for innovation and collaboration that OPPO would be embarking on in Nigeria.

Also speaking at the event was the OPPO Marketing Director, Lily Wang, she spoke on the innovations of OPPO and the socio-economic impact that the brand would have on the Nigerian market. She was also clear on the brand promise of OPPO to be consistent, truthful and transparent in all their dealings with the press and in the Nigerian market.

The event closed with questions and answers from members of the press which was expertly answered and attended to by the OPPO officials present.

No words on when Oppo is expected to launch its second device in Nigeria (Recall that they silently launched the Oppo A3s), so I am keeping my fingers crossed on that one.

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11 comments on “Here’s What Went Down at Oppo’s Meet and Greet in Lagos.

  1. Kehinde Adeleke says:

    Wow. This is wonderful. I went to Ikeja the other day and saw two oppo devices. I think it was the A3s. They were kinda pricey for that price point and the specs they offer.

    I hope they bring innovation at the market sector they are targeting whether budget, mid range or flagship level. I’m anticipating what they have to offer.

  2. Princewill says:

    Oppo… their phones are very cool, it is android but it feels like iphone on the inside, Nigerian market will do very well

    1. Alexius Ide says:

      What do you mean by feels like iPhone 🤔

  3. I’ve never heard about this brand before

    Odiegwu

  4. JohnJuwel says:

    HEY MISS TECHY,
    I BELIEVE THAT THE SKY IS VERY BIG, AND CAN CONTAIN EVERYONE, SO IF OPPO ARE STRATEGIZING IN HOW TO HOP INTO THE MARKET, ITS A WELCOME IDEA, BUT THE REAL FACT IS THAT, THEY HAVE TO PRODUCE WHAT NIGERIANS WANT AT A CHEAPER PRICE, STILL KEEPING KEEPING THE COMPANIES STANDARD.

    OPPO PLEASE DON’T START WITH THAT SLIDING PHONE BECAUSE ONLY REVIEWER MAY ACTUALLY BUY IT.
    (BUT AN IPHONE OR SAMSUNG DESIGN WITH A FEW TWEAKS, WILL BE GOOD FOR A START).
    THEN SWITCH TO UR DESIGN
    #MYthoughts

    1. Jeremiah says:

      Oppo smartphones are cheap. Their flagship smartphone OnePlus is one of the most less expensive smartphone.

    2. Kaybang says:

      “,..BUT THE REAL FACT IS THAT, THEY HAVE TO PRODUCE WHAT NIGERIANS WANT AT A CHEAPER PRICE..,”
      No they don’t. That is what those transsion boys want you to believe.

      “,..THEY HAVE TO PRODUCE… AT A CHEAPER PRICE, STILL KEEPING THE COMPANIES STANDARD.”
      That’s one compromise too many.

  5. Alexius Ide says:

    The main device series I want to see in Nigeria is the the Find series #FindX

  6. Jeremiah says:

    Oppo is a nice consumer product. OnePlus is a sub brand of Oppo as well. Thanks for the knowledge.

  7. ỌBÁDÁRÀ says:

    … WELL, NIGERIA 🇳🇬 IS A LARGE MARKET FOR ANY BRAND, ONLY THAT TO BE STRONG AND CONSISTENT HERE,
    PRICE,
    AFTER SALES SERVICE,
    GOOD SPECS,
    GOOD BATTERY 🔋,
    FINE CAMERA 📸
    AND UPDATES ARE COMPULSORILY NECESSARY.
    I WILL LIKE TO USE AN OPPO DEVICE TOO, THOUGH MY LOYALTY IS TO SAMSUNG ON THE PREMIUM FRONT AND INFINIX ON THE MIDRANGE FRONT…

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