Last week, your gadget-lovin' bros here at FHM HQ went to a mega geek event: the launch of OPPO's brand-spankin'-new N3 and R5 smartphones! It was certainly a big techie shindig as evidenced by the number of attendees and the event venue, the posh Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
We know what you're thinking: "These handsets must be so damn good to deserve such an ocassion, right?" Two letters (and a punctuation mark): O-O-!
OPPO might not be a household name here yet but, with creations like the N3 and the R5, it might just be a matter of time. After all, these are two gorgeous devices that quite possibly are game-changers in their own right.
Excited to learn more? Read on to see why these smartphones deserve the kind of hype the fresh-out-of-high-school LeBron James received!
Fellas, here's the Android-powered OPPO R5. With a super slim bod measuring just 4.85mm, it certainly is the opposite of who or whatever you're aiming that "Yo mama joke" at.
Good gracious, ang payat!
Trivia: OPPO says the R5 is actually the world's thinnest smartphone, and we think that's not a load of bull.
Without the slightly-protruding camera, the phone itself will just be only 4mm thick! It certainly makes other flagships, like the iPhone 6, look like they need a diet pronto.
Don't let its petite frame fool you though; the R5 boasts a metal alloy frame for added toughness.
Elegant on the outside, a beast on the inside: The R5 has awesome hardware that makes it a certified superphone! But first, another #OngGondoLong look:
The R5 comes with an octa-core Qualcomm processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage. Whew!
Hey cutie, you don't have to convince us anymore! On a completely different note, kaano-ano mo si Iwa Moto?
Back to the R5, the phone also has a 5.2-inch Full-HD display and a 13-megapixel main camera that's paired with a 5-megapixel shooter up front.
Last but not the least of the R5's noteworthy features is 4G connectivity. Makes you wonder how they managed to pack all that inside a frame that's about as thick as a stack of three P1 coins, no?