The local representative of the old Korean brand finds itself a new favorite in the war on the domestic middle market?
The supply of smart Android devices common in the Israeli market has shrunk considerably in recent years, with companies such as Sony, HTC and Huawei getting into various troubles and challenges and gradually disappearing from the local landscape - and today it seems that these are mainly סמסונג, Xiaomi and-OnePlus Who are fighting among themselves for control of the various price levels. Happily, China has a few more significant and relevant developing brands - that may help gradually enrich the variety available to us and ensure the competitiveness of veteran candidates.
Last year it was the manufacturer Realme that entered Israel at the initiative of the Bug chain with mid-range models with an emphasis on fast charging and screens with a fast refresh rate at surprising prices - and now Runlight, known (among other things) as the official Israeli representative for the device LG, Selects a manufacturer Oppo As its new partner and landing in Israel, the A93 4G model as developed.
The Oppo A93 is offered in more than ten stores and chains in the country, with a recommended price tag of NIS 1,200, for which you get a 6.43-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2,400 × 1,080 pixels and a refresh rate of 60 Hz, chip Mediatek's octagonal Helio P95 (without 5G support), system Android 10 with a guaranteed update to Android 11 in the near future, storage 2.1GB UFS 128 with expandable option, memory Dynamic 8GB, 4,000mAh battery with 18 watts charging and a photo array that includes 4 rear sensors and a front sensor bracelet - inside a relatively compact shell of glass and plastic in shades of white, black or blue.
It's hard to call this device the most advanced or state-of-the-art offered at a price tag of NIS 1,200 in Israel, and it's far from being the most advanced model in Oppo's arsenal - but hopefully the A93's landing in Israel will spur the arrival of Oppo Reno series models. Which features more powerful models with modern chips both from home Qualcomm And from home Mediatek.
Oppo and Realme are both, along with OnePlus, wholly owned parent companies of one parent company called BBK Electronics that competes behind the scenes with סמסונג On the title of the largest smartphone maker in the world - but the independence of each division is reflected in the separate collaborations of the brands with importers in the country who create direct competition between them, and leads us to wonder if we will soon see the names in the country Vivo, iQOO and Narzo which are also brands from BBK with separate activity and development axes.
Will these new moves do kindness to consumers in Israel, or not really? Feel free to talk about it in the comments.