Mike Wang as CEO for Oppo India
Chinese handset-maker Oppo aforesaid it had appointed branch Chief Executive Officer Mike Wang to go the Republic of India operations. Mike Wang can replace Tom Lu as India chief executive officer.
Wang has nearly 20 years of expertise in mobile handset trade, joined Oppo in 2005 in its initial years and has command a broad extent of leadership positions across South-East Asian markets.
Talking regarding his appointment, Wang said: “Working in Oppo and across markets for nearly 20 years, I actually have clear observation and enough knowledge about the business, its ups and down situations and diverse cultures.”
“The Indian mobile market is building aggressively and is that the prime priority in our enlargement plans for South Asia region this year. We’ve got received great welcome in our 1st year here and that I am excited regarding the chances that hold within the future,” he added.
Oppo entered the Indian market in January month of 2014 and is presently aiming for rise and enlargement across target markets in India. The handset-maker has oversubscribed around four lakh devices in India and is targeting 1.5 million units this year. Presently, India has 120 service centres of Oppo and at end of this year there will be more 80 service centres will be opened.
Oppo earlier on launched the Oppo R5s, an invigorated version of its super-slim Oppo R5 handset. Priced at EUR 199 (approximately Rs. 15,000), the Oppo R5s retains one amongst the highlight options of its forerunner – the 4.85mm thickness – whereas additionally delivery many enhancements. The R5s Smartphone options 3GB of RAM, compared to 2GB of RAM on the Oppo R5 (Review | Pictures), and additionally comes with double the intrinsic storage, with 32GB rather than the R5’s 16GB.