According to the latest report from Counterpoint Research, smart device maker OPPO surpassed its competitors in Southeast Asia to achieve top market share in the smartphone league. OPPO gained 20.3% market share in the second quarter of 2020 despite the declining market behavior caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the same quarter in 2019, OPPO ranked second with 7.3 million units shipped to SEA including the Philippines and Indonesia which were the key markets in the region based on the local market share performance.
“At OPPO, we have always prioritized the needs of our customers. We’re happy that despite logistical concerns and the effects of the pandemic on the market, we are still able to service and provide the needs of our tech consumers. We will remain committed to delivering the best smartphones to our consumers especially at a time like this when we’re all living a more digital lifestyle,” said OPPO Marketing Director Raymond Xia.
In August 2020, OPPO released its latest OPPO Reno4 in the Philippines with much success. OPPO also formally introduced the latest addition to its growing IoT (Internet of Things) portfolio, the OPPO Watch 41mm.