Oppo claims it has sold 7 million F1 Plus units, one every 1.1 seconds

Victor, 15 June, 2016

Oppo's hard work is paying off big time and most of the success can definitely be attributed to the Oppo F1 Plus. The camera-centric phone, also know as the Oppo R9 in China, has been enjoying phenomenal interest that the Chinese manufacturer estimates it has been selling a unit once every 1.1 seconds.

This has added up to a whopping 7 million F1 Plus devices shipped since its launch back in March. The announcement was made today by OPPO Vice President Alen Wu at a conference in Shenzhen. Mr. Wu also commented on the milestone, pointing out the company's emphasis on quality, like the fact that the Oppo F1 Plus's battery is designed to last 1.8 times the industry standard for longevity:

For OPPO, the engine of our growth has always been our focus on the product, We listen to users, and bring them meticulously designed, top-quality products that they’ll truly love. That’s what’s brought us this far and what will continue to drive us going forward.

And to top the announcements off, Mr. Wu also stated at the event that based on Q1 2016 sales numbers, Oppo has managed to become the fourth biggest smartphone manufacturer worldwide.


Reader comments

  • AnonD-551686
  • 22 Jun 2016
  • XMG

I agree that somehow this is an exaggeration, but you cant say you know China if you have only been to HK. HK is so damn small compared to China. Eventhough HK seems to be under China. Everything is different. Different customs, different regulation ...

  • Bruhdude
  • 16 Jun 2016
  • KiS

But bro ive been to hongkong and hongkong has the most millionairs per every thousand people and all they buy are named expensive brands to showoff like lg, samsung, and apple especially apple so they must not have got all of there sales from china. ...

  • AnonD-127295
  • 16 Jun 2016
  • KcP

Probably in Chaina it launched in india but as fur as i know not doing any good crushing under the wait of redmi note 3 zuk z1 and moto g4 pro

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