The Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has done in the financial services sector by releasing an application for Android smartphones, such OPPO Kash. The service provided by the app is a platform that includes a set of financial services, including mutual funds, systematic investment plans, insurance and loans. The app, currently in beta phase, is available on the Google Play Store and OPPO App Store for all supported Android smartphones.
The company has collaborated with 20 asset management companies in a way to offer bouquets of financial services, including SIP and mutual funds. OPPO's aims are to provide an end-to-end financial solution to approximately 10 million customers in the next five years and for this the philosophy behind OPPO Kash is built on fundamental values: data privacy and customer safety.
OPPO also enters financial services with OPPO Kash
OPPO then becomes the third Chinese technology brand to offer financial services to its users, in fact, before the OPPO Kash app was launched, Realme with the Paysa service and Xiaomi with Mi Credit had also followed this new business strategy. OPPO users will be able to apply for personal loans just as businesses will be able to apply for financing for their activities: personal loans can be repaid from 3 to 6 months, while loans to businesses can go up to 36 months.
In conjunction with the launch of the new OPPO financial service OPPO also announced two wireless headsets, such as the Enco Free already launched in China last December. These arrive on the Indian market at a price increased by about $ 10 compared to that of China, but users will still be able to save total spending, as they will be honored if they book the new Redno 3 (offer only for the first 1000 customers).
The other model of TWS earphones presented are the OPPO W31, cheaper than the other model. Of this product, OPPO says they are the first TWS headphones with 13,4mm ultra-dynamic speakers. The earphones will be available in black, pink and white.