A commuter using his mobile phone passes an advertisement of Chinese smartphone maker Oppo at a train station in Singapore REUTERS photo
Chinese smartphone producer OPPO announced on Wednesday it is entering the Japanese market, news site chinanews.com reported.
The company launched its OPPO R11s model in Japan. The device will be available at Bic Camera and Yodobashi Camera starting from February 9, the report said.
OPPO aims to learn from Japanese electronics brands and it will insist on localized operations, Deng Yuchen, chief of OPPO's Japan operations, was quoted as saying in the report.