Since the last few years, Oppo is increasing its market shares in almost all the targeted markets. It has achieved the 4th position in Indian smartphone market by increasing its shares to 10%. Prime Minister’s ‘Make in India’ initiative is getting momentum day by day. Many companies are playing vital roles in making this movement successful. OPPO too has taken a step ahead by announcing the export of “Made in India” smartphones to the international market.

It was only about 2-3 years ago that the Chinese company started manufacturing smartphones in India. Now, it is thinking to expand the setup and to start exporting. For this purpose, the company has purchased 115 acres land at Great Noida. The Vice President said that Indian people are already using the company’s ‘Made in India’ smartphones. The new targets are the Middle Eastern, South African and Asian markets.

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The company is thinking to invest INR 2000 crores in its new plant at Noida. Almost 30,000 employees will work there. Thus, it will also play a major role in the reduction of unemployment in India. The VP has informed nothing about the completion deadline. He has only announced that the work is in progress. OPPO is going to arrange a launch event for its F3 smartphone. It is the junior of F3 plus model and a successor of the F1s smartphone. This device also has dual selfie cameras like F3 Plus.

The true specs will be highlighted after its launch on May 4. The export of ’Made in India’ smartphones will attract other companies. They will also expand their manufacturing businesses in the country. If this trend continues, India is likely to become a manufacturing hub for OEMs.