Chinese handset manufacturer Oppo is said to be among Microsoft’s preferred manufacturers for bringing Windows Phone 8 to the Chinese market. According to a report from a Chinese tech blog, Microsoft has expressed an interest in making Oppo a preferred partner for Windows Phone 8, though neither company has commented or announced any such partnership. Oppo has a reputation for focusing on solid hardware design instead of altering operating systems with its own custom firmware. That reputation plays to Microsoft’s goals for the platform, which the company would like to see released in the same form across all phones that run their latest mobile OS …
Most of you guys should have already heard of “OPPO Finder” is the current thinnest smartphone in the world, but do you know how incredible its 6.65mm-thin body is. A Chinese folk has stepped up to use the OPPO Finder as a hammer to drive a metal nail into a length of wood, showing off how hardy the smartphone’s screen and its fuselage. Check out the video after the break.
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