Oppo launches Reno 5 in Taiwan, as shipments not affected by component shortages

Max Wang, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES

China-based handset vendor Oppo has launched its 5G-enable Reno 5 series products in the Taiwan market with the availability to begin on January 16.

The vendor expects the new lineup, which includes the Reno 5 and the Reno 5 Pro, to further cement its market position in the local market.

The new devices, which only integrate one phone's processor, utilize the radios and display technology of the other, including screen optimization functions developed in cooperation with local components firms.

By integrating the radio monitoring software chipset, which uses DECT IrDAfor phone application mapping functionality, Anwen Chen, an associate professor of network system and architecture and MD scholar at National Taiwan University, engineering director 3T Digital Technology Technologies, the manufacturer of Reno 5, was able to further improve coverage area of smartphones.

RF-band 5G trunked smart devices will be available by the middle of this year.

Source: Taipei Times

Famous Canuck Zach Parise, along with his Flames teammate Johnny Gaudreau and Jets Lucas Lessio, helped underline some good Canadian sportsmanship and values with their actions Friday.

While the three NHL players completed their respective parties late Friday night, the three members of the Aussie squad announced they would donate to women's shelters on Monday because of what has already transpired in the wake of the sexual assault and rape.

Just had a conversation w/ @ZachParise12, AJ Russo, and Logan Couture. Would love to support causes for victims of abuse (as well as gambling related issues). Over the next few weeks, RT ##AWAREN. — Ed Jovanovski (@EdJovanovski) October 13, 2014

[email protected] after the dinner concluded, Logan said to us at the door "So what do we do now dude???" #AWAREN — Ed Jovanovski (@EdJovanovski) October 13, 2014

[email protected] "Where do we go from here?," Logan started quizzing us angles. #AWAREN — Ed Jovanovski (@EdJovanovski) October 13, 2014

[email protected] Zach later exclaimed, "I'll probably boss in on Logan next time then!" — ed jovanovski (@EdJovanovski) October 13, 2014

Parise and his teammates didn't mince words in their messages to the Kimmel Live hosts.

"I thought it was gratifying that nine men of the Nation Hockey League stood up and decided to do something," Parise said in the Kimmel Live video broadcast.

Weiss was less charitable.

The Blackhawks legend said it fell to the players to make a statement Saturday.