Oppo to launch Windows Phone 8 handsets alongside Nokia and other WP partners?
When Microsoft announced Windows Phone 8, it unveiled a list of hardware partners that would make and sell WP8 handsets starting later this year. The list obviously includes Nokia, as well as: Samsung, HTC, Huawei, Acer, ZTE, and Lenovo. As you can see, three of the partners are Chinese companies. And the fourth may join soon.
According to WPDang, Microsoft may agree to let Oppo manufacture Windows Phone 8 handsets starting 2013. Of course, we still need an official confirmation on this, so for now it’s just a rumor.
(this is just a mock-up, not a real Oppo Windows Phone device)
Based in Dongguan, China, Oppo has recently launched the world’s thinnest smartphone ever – the Oppo Finder, which runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and is only 6.65 mm thick.