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Oppo Mirror 3 Now in PH, Retails for Php10,990




Only a few weeks after it was officially announced, the Oppo Mirror 3 has officially made its way to our country.

Oppo Mirror 3 Philippines


Oppo Mirror 3 specs:
4.7-inch HD IPS display, 312ppi
1.2GHz 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core CPU
1G RAM
8GB internal storage
up to 128GB via microSD
8 megapixel rear camera w/ flash
5 megapixel front camera
Dual-SIM, Dual-Standby
WCDMA, GSM
WiFi
Bluetooth
GPS, A-GPS
ColorOS V2.0.1 (Android 4.4 KitKat)
2,000mAh battery
137 x 68 x 8.95 mm
126g
Black, White

The new Oppo Mirror 3 is now available at Oppo stores/kiosks/booth, as well as authorized dealers and is currently being retailed for Php10,990.

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  • This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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    28 Responses

    1. shutter says:

      sana mga 2.2K lang. hehehe

    2. yaaaa says:

      Seriously OPPO?

      You can get a discounted LG G3 beat for 9,990.

      The Zenfones are better specs and price-wise.

    3. denmark says:

      OPPO isang malaking LOL!

    4. denmark says:

      parang iphone lang magpresyo ahh wahaha

    5. lawrence? says:

      P10T+? Huh?

    6. crz says:

      Sh!t pricing! Oppo PH thinks it’s a big shot. FYI, Asus is bigger than you but pricing is a lot better. Only your flagships are worth the look. Xiaomi, Meizu, Huwaei does better pricing than you!
      Oppo hater here! You woudn’t have guessed it

    7. Mr.Overprice says:

      another social climber phone . . .

    8. archie says:

      Dapat sa Oppo nagshoshow sa Klowns. Lagi na lang pang stand up comedy ang pricing nila e. Yun ngang mga 4gb 1 year old models nila e nasa 6k pa rin sa SM. Maglazada na lang kayo para bawas ang gastos nyo sa marketing.

    9. Ex-Alodian Knight says:

      Time I trade my Yoyo for this Mirror.

    10. Easy E says:

      kahit anong ad ang gawin mo Oppo, mahirap ibenta yang phone mo. Pagkamahal. Hindi worth.

    11. looser says:

      Dumadami ang OPPOsition d nyo ba ramdam? Haha
      Pasikat pa mga sales man ng oppo sa cyberzone tpos nung tinanong ko saan service center hindi nila alam

      • archie says:

        Hindi ka nag-iisa. Pag nakakapunta ako sa iba ibang Oppo booths, tinatanong ko din kung saan ang service centers nila. Pare-pareho din ang sagot nila: “Di namin alam sir pero pag nasira ang unit dito nyo na lang ipadala.”

    12. jp says:

      Seriously Oppo? Sorry na lang because now we have a much better alternative to this Chinese brand of cellphone, which is the Asus ZenFone. As much as possible we should avoid buying these Chinese cellphones. Pinalalakas lang natin ang ekonomiya nila tapos tina-traidor tayo sa unti-unting pagsakop ng ating mga teritoryo sa West Philippine Sea.

      • archie says:

        80% ng world phone production ay ginagawa sa China kasama ang Apple at Asus. Whether you like it or not, may contribution ang bawat smartphone users sa Chinese economy. Wag maging mangmang sa sobrang galit at emosyon.

      • Ex-Alodian Knight says:

        I can give reasons why Oppo Justifies their prices.

        Sure materials are cheap and you can have it built, but what about manufacturing costs, the cost of the chip itself and the other parts, but what about paying the people.

        What about the payment for the ColorOS team?
        How would you feel if you were a UI developer and you were underpaid because you wanted a cheap phone?
        Of course you wouldn’t feel good about it kaya they add premium because ColorOS is one of the best skins in most android phones, not Optimus UI, not Timescape, not ZENUI or even TouchWhizz. It’s feature-packed and it’s built for the end user with guest mode, screen lock, app encryption and the like.

        inb4 get a stock phone
        that’s your choice.

        pero still, consider the programmers too when it comes to making the phone.

      • jp says:

        @archie
        Sinong galit? If you only just know how to read in between the lines. Ang sabi ko “As much as possible”. Sino ba ang hindi nakaka-alam na halos lahat ng mobile phones sa mundo ay may part ang China sa production. Bago ka mag comment magbasa ka muna maigi. Tingnan mo muna maigi kung may point ang sinasabi ng poster. Akala mo kung sino kang magaling.

    13. shutter says:

      @Ex-Alodian Knight , tol paano sila makakabayad sa progs at sa iba pang mga dapat bayaran kung walang bibili ng product nila? IMHO :)

      • Ex-Alodian Knight says:

        Top Kek.

        Well, from my opinion, they’re taking the risk with the high price ng phones nila hoping that with enough sales, it could pick up and cause people to buy the phones by the thousands and hopefully lower the price in due time.

        Kaso, they may not have enough market research to realize we prefer value.

        They might have thought of buyers as conyo or social climbers with the old “If it’s expensive, it’s the best. I’m a superficial buyer, I’ll buy that cause it’s pricey!” mindset, which is not good.

        I hope they either move to online marketing (which I doubt, since marami nang stores and closing them could lose jobs for thousands sa Oppo Centres), or they should have competitive pricing and find a compromise to make up for it.

        If that happens na they lower their prices, Oppo could be digging graves for our local brands.

    14. Zobel says:

      7k na lang diba ang CM Ultra? same specs may LTE pa. Oppo is for gullible people.

    15. Glenn says:

      Reklamo nang reklamo kasi hindi naman ma afford.

    16. Glenn says:

      You’re comparing Oppo with CM and Asus? Seriously? It’s like comparing Apple with Lenovo. Duhhh!

    17. Shari says:

      I’m using OPPO Mirror 3 now. First, I was kind a hesitant with the phone but then later find it amazing. Camera is very good, me & my friends love it. Then there’s this short-cut gesture that you do that would automatically get you on a specific app even if your phone’s locked.
      Idunno, why do people are saying it is too much. Considering all to specs & features it is actually a descent price. Some people, even spent 2x ,3x or 4x the price to buy a phone for almost same features.

    18. Anne says:

      I bought mine earlier this month. Ang ganda kaya. andaming nega dito. haha. superb camera both front and rear kahit madilim. pwede pang tapat sa s5. mabilis. sinasagad ko siya lagi ng gamit. pinupuno ko ng kung ano anong apps and movies para makita lahat ng sakit niya, wala pa naman so far. smooth. tsaka mabilis magcharge and okay din ang battery life. I love Oppo! :D

    19. Kyra says:

      I agree! Ang ganda ng mga features nya! I love it! Lalo na camera and also fast charging! Worth it ang price :)

    20. Robert says:

      Oppo Find7a user here and I can say that this Oppo rocks. Wag lang specs ang tignan nyo. May NFC at 4k recording ito pati slow-mo sa video na kagaya ng sa iphone 6 meron din, f/2.0 ang aperture, sa mga hindi nakakaintindi mas madaming liwanag ang papasok sa sensor kaya super linaw ng pics kahit gabi at may konting liwanag. Pinaka da best dito FAST CHARGING in just 50 minutes YAHUUUU! It reads external hard disk via OTG ang external harddisk. It can even charge your another cellphone via the same otg.

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