Latest Oppo phone reviews
There's not much that's Lite in this Find X3 model. However the competition is tough, so what's the best option at this level?
The step-down device in Oppo's Find X range delivers a strong main camera and great design. But can it beat its considerable and cheaper rivals?
It might not be a familiar name to everyone, but Oppo's premium flagship is fantastic in nearly every way - and different to its key competition.
In terms of design there's little to rival the top-tier Reno. Indeed it can hold its own against a Samsung Galaxy. But is the price just too high?
It lacks 5G by name, but that's the aim of Oppo's game. The Reno 4Z is an affordable mid-ranger that's well specified, but is the competition better?
Do you really need to spend four figures to get a good phone experience? The answer is no, and the Find X2 Neo is one reason why. Here's our review.
The original Find X came with a pop-up camera, but that's gone in the X2 Pro, replaced by a punch-hole and much upgraded screen.
The 2020 version of Oppo's affordable phone has epic battery life, but some of its spec is a bit of an oversell. Here's what we make of it all.
This isn't a flagship phone - but like the Reno 2, it'll get you most of the way there. And for the 10 or 20 percent it lacks, you're paying a high
The sequel to the mid-level Oppo phone brings quad camera, strong battery life & a large screen. Does it make more sense than its OnePlus competitor?
With quad cameras, in-screen fingerprint, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, how can this phone cost just £/€399-499? It's a super
Given its flagship looks, you wouldn't think this phone was sub-£300. It performs superbly with very few weaknesses. Is the Z the best mid-ranger?
With top-end specs, a triple camera experience that's great, and intricate design, is Oppo about to become the new flagship maker to watch?
There's a lot to love about Oppo's Reno series of phones - the standard Reno is a well-designed mid-range device.
Oppo has entered the UK and EU with a bang in the Find X, but can this pricey (£799) flagship succeed in a market where no one has heard of the
The fastest-charging phone in the industry, but is that enough for Oppo's UK/EU opening sales splash? We review the OnePlus 6T's cousin.
Over the past few years we've seen Chinese smartphone manufacturers grow from strength to strength. Perhaps the biggest success story has been Huawei,
You might not know it, but Oppo is one of the world's most popular phone manufacturers. On a global scale of shipped devices it's in fourth place, beh...
Oppo is a Chinese smartphone brand that isn't especially familiar to UK customers. Yet on a global scale it was one of 2015's fastest growers. That's ...
When you look back at how phones have progressed over the last few years, it's easy to just focus on the top models: your iPhones and Samsung Galaxy S...
Oppo has got a mammoth mountain to climb to become the familiar name that it wants to be for a European audience. Good job it's just released the N1, ...