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Chinese smartphone company Oppo is about to open its e-store for Indian customers. The company said that it will launch its e-store in the country on 7 May. Considering the growing cases of Kovid, the company wants to make online shopping easier for customers. The company said that customers will be able to buy their favorite product from this store with just one click.
This e-store of Oppo will give customers a better experience of shopping from home. Customers will be able to buy all the products of the company easily from home.
The company wants to strengthen both platforms
Oppo India CMO, Damayant Singh Khanoria said, “The launch of Oppo e-store is a big win in expanding our omni-channel retail presence. We are focused on strengthening our online and offline presence equally . This platform will enable customers access to new technology from their homes in this difficult time. ” The company wants to improve customer experience with 60,000 cell points and 180 retail stores in India.
Oppo launched the cheapest 5G phone
Oppo has launched the A74 5G, the cheapest 5G smartphone ever in the Indian market. The price of this phone has been fixed at Rs 17,990. The phone has just been launched in a single variant of 6GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage. This smartphone is equipped with a 5,000mAh battery. At the same time, it has a triple rear camera and multi-cooling system for thermal management.