Chinese smartphone maker OPPO to launch online store in India on May 7
As cases of Covid-19 in the country increase, Chinese smartphone maker OPPO said on Wednesday it was ready to launch its online store in India on May 7.
The online store owned by OPPO will allow customers to buy any of their favorite products with just one click.
It will provide customers with a premium shopping experience with great deals for shoppers from the comfort of their own homes.
“The launch of the OPPO online store is a big step in increasing our presence in omnichannel retail,” said Damyant Singh Khanoria, CMO, OPPO India, in a statement.
“We are focused on strengthening our online and offline presence equally. This platform will enable users to stay connected during these difficult times by allowing them to access innovative technology from the comfort of their homes.” Khanoria added.
According to the company, the online store will be a one-stop-shop for all innovative and latest OPPO offers, customers will be able to take advantage of all the exciting offers available on the online store.
The company has already built a strong network of retailers and distributors in the country.
With 60,000 points of sale and 180 points of sale, the brand aims to strengthen the customer experience and highlight the unparalleled power of its innovative products that meet and exceed customer expectations.
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