In the face of a highly saturated domestic market, Chinese smartphone manufacturers have turned their attention to markets overseas in order to sell their telephones. India has seen an influx of Chinese OEMs in recent time with companies such as Huawei, OPPO, Vivo, Xiaomi and other currently dominating the domestic market. The push for far more market shares recently shifted to Europe in the face of the difficult economic terrain in the US, the world’s biggest market. Attention is presently shifting to the UK as OPPO has announced that it will formally release its telephones in the UK on January 29.
Finally! UK🇬🇧, we have landed! 😀 https://t.co/bRJVZ9u8tT
— OPPO Mobile UK (@OPPOMobileUK) January 9, 2019
The company made the announcement via its fresh formal Twitter handle which has just been developed. The company has In addition created a fresh OPPO UK web which we believe will go live on the launch day. Now, the web only has the text “Coming soon” displayed on the landing page. We don’t have idea the phones the approaching will launch during its maiden voyage but there are speculations that the OPPO Discover X will be one of them as nicely as the RX17 Pro.
— OPPO Mobile UK (@OPPOMobileUK) January 8, 2019
The entry of OPPO, one of BBK’s subsidiary, into U is coming on the heels of Xiaomi’s recent first public appearance in the UK market in the fourth quarter of last year. Huawei In addition recently made an entry into the UK market when an unsuccessful attempt to release the Mate 10 Pro in the US, a shift that was scuttled by the US government citing security concerns. The UK and Europe yet remains a fertile ground and soon we might view much more Chinese OEMs going there.