Check Out First Image of Oppo High Quality Audio 'Product' to be Coming Soon

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As per latest reports, Oppo, one of the Chinese smartphone makers has posted a teaser of its upcoming device via Twitter. While, the image just reveals a wood box with Oppo logo engraved on it, the tech gossipers are curious about the upcoming device from the house of the premium smartphone company.

Check Out First Image of Oppo High Quality Audio 'Product'

Since, Oppo has a keen interest in packaging its products in a grooviest way possible, there are chances that the image is of the retail box of the upcoming device.

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So far, Oppo has not slipped the device from its hands as yet, and thus no leaks pertaining to the company's upcoming phone has come up to our notice.

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But thankfully, the teaser came along with the text, which according to Google Translate reads, "Look forward to the product with the best audio quality excellence and high quality. Monitor our timeline for the info tomorrow."

The tweet does not give us any idea what is "Coming Soon," only that it will be a "product" with has the "best audio quality excellence" as well as an overall "high quality" product.The prior offering from Oppo -- the Find 7 was based on QHD display and this one apparently sounds like a high-end audio quality.

Since the tweet also read, "Monitor our timeline for the info tomorrow," we headed on to the site but nothing has been mentioned about the upcoming 'product,' except the ad for ‘Transformers, Age of Extinction' to the left and the new Oppo Find 7 on the right.

Anyways, we will keep an eye on the site and let you know about any updates as soon as possible, until then stay tuned to GizBot!


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