[ColorOS Product] OPPO Smartphone Making - Nat Geo's Superfactories Show

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I am redeeming infinite rejuvenation whenever I am coming to catchup with you guys. It's Kind of exitement ColorOS Community giving everytime. Thanks for the Josh Fellas. Now I have arrived with one more engaging and engrossing discussion. Today's discussion going to be "Apperance of OPPO Smartphones making" in National Geography Channel's Superfactories Program.
Emergence of OPPO Smartphone Making- Nat Geo's Superfactories Show.

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Smartphones that performs many of the functions like a computer, typically having a touchscreen interface, Internet access, and an operating system capable of running downloaded applications, more commonly known as apps. Mobile phones are nowadays widely used by almost of the population in the world.

Fascinating Facts!!!

The average user will tap, swipe, and click their phone 2,617 times a day.

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The smartphone industry, creating phones with more advanced computing capabilities and connectivity than regular mobile phones, has been part of the mobile phone industry The first smartphone running on Android was introduced to the consumer market in late 2008. Smartphones have some built-in accessibility features that allow for switch and voice access, and such access means more control of the built-in features of the device itself.

Fascinating Facts!!!

47% of US smartphone users say they couldn't live without their devices.


NatGeo's SUPERFACTORIES shows inside of OPPO India's factory.

National Geographic India presents SUPERFACTORIES which will be taking the viewers inside the state-of-the-art factory in OPPO India. The documentary will be premiered on February 27 at 7 PM. This documentary will be giving its viewers an insight into OPPO India's manufacturing process they follow to produce millions of smartphones in their iconic designs.  The documentary will show the mega facility of the brand aiming to produce over 6 million units every month during the peak season, which is equal to one smartphone every 3 seconds.

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The film will also be showcasing the major role played by the R & D Teams, engineers, and operational managers in developing and adopting the upgraded technologies. With SUPERFACTORIES, we offer a deeper understanding of high-tech factories by showcasing novel production techniques, innovative engineering, and cutting-edge technologies adopted by some of the most renowned brands in the world. Keeping with this promise, the documentary gives viewers access to OPPOs digital pathway; providing them with knowledge of the smart manufacturing technology and practices implemented at the company to deliver great value and products to their customers", said a National Geographic India Spokesperson.  

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" OPPO is a pioneering force in building Indias smartphone manufacturing ecosystem. Being featured on SUPERFACTORIES is a testimony to OPPOs innovative and industry-defining ethos of 'Technology for Mankind. Kindness for the world’. I am confident tech enthusiasts and millions of OPPO consumers in India will enjoy seeing what goes into creating their favorite smartphones” said Damyant Singh Khanoria, Chief Marketing Officer, OPPO India. OPPO has established itself as a Global Technology Innovator in just six years by launching various 'Firsts'in the smartphone and mobile industry, hence becoming one of the leading global premium smartphone brands in the country. Its commitment towards bringing innovative technology solutions along with a robust after-sales service strategy. It has a wide network of more than 500 exclusive service centers all over 500+ cities

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Smartphone based bioanalytical devices and platforms have been employed for immunoassays to achieve superior bioanalytical performance, low cost, rapid response, and point-of-care (POC) diagnosis. Considering significant advances in SP-based in vitro diagnostics, SP-based immunoassays (SPIAs) would play a critical role in the near future in providing cost-effective mobile healthcare to remote, decentralized, and POC settings. They would be highly beneficial to the developing countries with limited access to basic healthcare services and resources.

Fascinating Facts!!!

95% of adults in South Korea own a smartphone.


India is at the crux of a digital revolution, and with every passing day, the country is seeing more and more adoptees for new-age devices, chief among them being smartphones. From farmers monitoring the weather to get better forecasts and from businesses requiring phones to communicate within teams and students relying on them to get through their online classes, a smartphone is an exigency in today’s day and age. Now, while many of us are familiar with the concept of purchasing a phone, be it via an online portal or through a retailer, there’s a lot that goes behind the scenes to get the product upon the shelves, especially when you have millions of buyers lining up to get the device, all at once.

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Enter OPPO, one of the biggest smart devices manufacturers in the world and among the most sought-after brands in the country. The company’s portfolio ranges from high-performance offerings for millennials including camera-centric devices, flagships, and 5G and IoT devices, with the firm churning out over 50 million smartphones every year. So, how does OPPO fulfill its commitment to the Indian audience and meet the rising demand for smartphones, day in and day out? Well, it’s certainly no small feat and the company is working around the clock in its state-of-the-art Greater Noida facility to achieve the same. In fact, in the time it took for you to read through this line, the company has already made a fully functioning smartphone! That’s right, OPPO makes a phone every three seconds in its mega factory, and in a fascinating docuseries by Nat Geo — aptly dubbed SuperFactories. we got a closer look at the inner workings of the same. The episode, which premiered on February 27th, is now available on Disney+Hotstar and Youtube.

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Various SP-based devices for immunoassays are based on optical detection, electrochemical detection, surface plasmon resonance, lateral flow assays, flow cytometry, and microscopy. Numerous SPIAs have been developed, using innovative diagnostic platforms and technologies, which enable the detection of biomarkers, biomolecules, metabolites, parasites, and pathogens. The coming years will witness an exponential growth in SPIAs and their increased market penetration and outreach. However, several concerns such as private health data and cloud services still need to be tackled.


Our goal is to examine smartphone usage in primary and secondary schools in Hajdu-Bihar county, Hungary and its relationship with personality traits. Our sample consist of 263 youth from primary and secondary school as measured the characteristics of smartphone using and attitudes with a Mobilephone Using Questionnare. Personality traits are measured with Impulsiveness, Venturesomeness, Empathy Scale.


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The Child Behavior Checklist gives information about peer relationships, mental state and emotions Average phone using time is 4,48 hours per day regarding the whole sample. This mean for boys is 3,40 hour for girls 5,39 hour. Average phone using time is higher at 16 (6,35 hour per day). The most frequent used applications are calling and visiting community sites. There is no connection between phone using and grades. Smartphones have some built-in accessibility features that allow for switch and voice access, and such access means more control of the built-in features of the device itself.Technological gadgets smartphones play the most important role, new generation devices offer other functions beyond calling (internet availability, computer games, music player, camera functions etc.) In everydays can be experienced that youth spend more and more time with their smartphones and despite the actuality of this issue there are no studies on the excessive smartphone usage in Hungary and we can find only a few international studies.

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The smartphone using time per day shows a significant positive relationship with Impulsivity, Anxiety and Depression, Attention deficits and Somatic problems within 17-19 ages. e of the explanation of excessive smartphone using may be the frequent visiting of community sites. Mobile phones in this case raise the availability of addictive object (community site) therefore contribute to the development of community site addiction. The connection with impulsivity, somatic problems and attention deficits refer to the anxiety reducing role of smartphones within 17-19 ages.

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The OPPO factory in Greater Noida spawns over 110 acres. The establishment is twice the size of Eden Garden, one of India's biggest cricket stadiums, and was part of OPPO’s Rs 2,200 crore investment in the country. The facility employs a lot of professionals a little over 10,000, to be exact and is at the forefront of the 'Make in India' initiative. As things stand, the establishment is considered in the upper echelon of factories not just in India, but across the globe. The facility in itself is divided into four sections including Assembly, SMT, Storage, and Supply Warehouse, with every phone going through SMT or Surface Mount Technology section first. Here, the PCB or printed circuit board is assembled, and to get things done efficiently, OPPO employs a beast of a mounting machine that can hold up to 37,000 micro-components per hour.

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Of course, it wouldn’t be a SuperFactory episode without a super inventory, and thats where the OPPO’s storage warehouse comes into play at any given moment, it houses a repository for 1.2 million smartphones. Let that figure settle in. OPPO claims that workers can transport inventory over to the assembly line in a matter of minutes, which speaks volumes about the companys efficiency and commitment to deliver a quality product. And, the proof is in the pudding, mind you. In fact, according to a report issued in February 2021 by the leading analyst firm Canalys, the company witnessed an annual growth rate of over 23 percent, which is the highest among the top four players in the smartphone industry. This can be accredited to the companys vision of delivering quality products and experiences to consumers.


ll this is but the tip of the iceberg and SUPERFACTORIES: OPPO delves deep into the brands efforts to cement its position in the country. Besides deploying a state-of-the-art facility that manufactures six million devices every month and empowers Indians via the 'Make in India' program, the company has also opened over 500 service centres across the country, along with an R&D centre in Hyderabad. Focused on its brand philosophy of “Technology for Mankind, Kindness for the World", OPPO is leaving no stone unturned to flourish in the Indian smartphone market, and NatGeos riveting documentary series will undoubtedly sway more tech aficionados over to the brands doorsteps

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Together, the team goes over a days plan with a fine-toothed comb to ensure the daily targets are met in a timely fashion. nce the PCBs are cut and required components are mounted on the frame, they move on to the Assembly floor. Simply put, this is the crux of OPPOs operations and is the busiest and biggest section in the entire facility. How big, you might be wondering? Well, one assembly room comprises 52 rows, with each row consisting of 37 assembly stations and 20 test stations. During peak seasons, the Assembly section employs over 7,000 professionals, which is mind-boggling, to say the least. Together, the workforce assembles a phone and tests it manually or with the help of sophisticated machines, which include unique contraptions to test a phones OTG connector, to the focusing speeds of its imaging sensor.

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These micro-components are fed into the machine and are then printed on the PCB. To make things even more interesting, OPPO employs a special plate of sorts that can hold up to four PCBs, meant for four individual phones. Clearly, OPPO isn’t resting on its laurels and is driven to offer a hassle-free experience to the end-user. So much so, the company ensures that SMT operators work hand-in-hand with the highly sophisticated machines in order to churn out the best PCBs for the cutting stage. The production facility operates under extremely tight timelines and tries to capitalise on a second-by-second basis. To do so, a team comprising of production managers, industrial and process engineers, and a quality check manager has been put in place.


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Please find below Links to see the Full Video ...
Over 50 Million Smartphones Manufactured Every Year | Superfactories: Oppo | You Tube | Nat Geo


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