Chinese mobile phone company Oppo is about to open its e-store in India for customers. According to the report, Oppo will be launching its e-store in the country on 7 May. By keeping the situation of Covid19 in India, the company wants to make online shopping easier for its customers. The company said that customers will be able to buy their favorite mobile phones from the e-store with just one click.
Oppo e-store will give customers a better shopping experience from home. Consumers will be able to buy all the products of the company easily by sitting at home.
Oppo India CMO, Damayant Singh Khanoria said, “The launch of the e-store is a big win in growing our omnichannel retail presence. He also said that the company is focused on strengthening our brand online and offline presence equally.
This platform will enable our customers to access new technology from their homes at the current covid time. The company wants to improve the user experience with 60,000 cell points and 180 retail stores in India.
Oppo has launched the A74 5G, the cheapest 5G mobile phone ever in the Indian market. The cost of this 5G phone has been fixed at Rs 17,990. The phone has been launched in India in a single variant of 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage.
The phone is also equipped with a 5,000mAh battery. At the same time, it has a triple rear camera and multi-cooling feature for thermal control.