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Oppo Mobile Phone Cases, Covers And Accessories

We deliver the latest Oppo phone cases and accessories Australia wide at great prices. Listed below are Oppo phones we have cases and accessories for. These include: car chargers, cases, screen guards, USB cables, memory cards, mains chargers, and more. Click on the phone model to see a list of accessories for that phone.

Cases And Accessories For Current Oppo Phones

Previous Generation Oppo Phones

Oppo Phones

Oppo is a popular brand that offers affordable, elegant and powerful smartphones that have cameras that deliver a range of advanced, specially designed camera features and technology. These phones have fast-charging capability, a speedy interface and good screen displays.

Oppo handsets are owned and enjoyed around the globe by over 100 million young people. Oppo help feed the selfie craze when it was the first manufacturer to have phones with 5MP and 16MP front cameras. Another first was the introduction the motorized rotating camera, the Ultra HD feature and the 5x Dual Camera Zoom technology.

In 2016 OPPO was ranked number four for global sales. Their affordability, sleek designs, smart technology make them appealing to many people around the world.

OPPO's Selfie Expert F series launched in 2016 and continued to drive the selfie trend in the smartphone industry.

In 2001 Oppo was globally registered in 2001 and launched in China in 2004. They made their first MP3 player in 2005. 2006 saw the first Oppo MP4 Player. While in 2008 Oppo entered the mobile phone market with a feature phone and debuted their smartphhone in 2011. In the year 2014 Oppo transitioned to 4G phones with the R1, Find 7, and the N1 Mini.

And in 2015 with the R7 Series, the ColorOS 2.1 became the standard. 2016 Oppo was ranked number four for global sales with over 100 million devices being sold.

Oppo's range of 2019 phones included the Reno Z, the Reno 5G, the Reno 10x Zoom. The 2020 Oppo phones include the Reno2 Z, A5 2020 and the A9 2020. The Reno 4Z 5G and the Reno 4 5G were late inclusions in 2020's Oppo lineup being released on 12th October 2020.

Oppo's range of smartphones is divided into three main types or series of phones: Reno series, A series and Find X series.

Oppo Reno Series

Oppo's Reno series allows you to take photography and mobile entertainment to a whole new level. The Reno series is described as the true creator's companion. Reno series smartphones have the below features in common.

Listed below are current Reno4 series smartphones.

With the Reno4 Series 5G you can take mobile entertainment and photography to new heights, the reno series is also known as the true creator's companion.

Oppo A Series

Oppo's A series smartpones are describes as the phone that gives you more of everything, so that you can bring alive more of life’s possibilities. Oppo A Series, make your world alive. A series smartphones have the below features in common.

Listed below are current A series smartphones.

Oppo Find X Series

The Find series has always pushed the boundaries of technology, to constantly create new possibilities. Now Oppo is doing it again, awakening your senses, with the new Find X2 Pro, Find X2 Neo and the Find X2 Lite.

Listed below are current Find X series smartphones.

Oppo Find X3 Series 2021

In 2021 Oppo's flagship phones are the Find X3 series. The Find X3 Pro, the Find X3 Neo and the Find X3 Lite. The Find X3 series has the slogan Awaken Color due to the Full Path Colour Management System. The Find X3 Pro comes with 30W AirVOOC wireless fast charging.

Cases For Oppo Phones

If you want to keep your Oppo smartphone in good condition for a long time, the best way is by getting an Oppo phone case. Smartphones today are more advanced than ever before and as such need extra protection from accidental drops or if it needs additional protection while traveling. Getting one will not only protect your device against damage but can also help prevent camera lenses being damaged during impact because of their sleek design making them difficult to grip without feeling confident that they won't slip out of our hands - which could lead to damaging of the lens.

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