OPPO is planning to setup its handsets manufacturing unit in India by August.
The smartphone vendor entered the Indian market in January 2014. The company has sold around 400,000 devices in India and is targeting 1.5 million units in 2015. CMR India says Indian smartphone vendors sold 19.5 million units in Q1 2015.
Globally, OPPO plans to sell more that 15 million units this year.
OPPO India plans to expand service centers to 200 in 2015 from 120 service centers across India at present.
Sky Li, vice president of OPPO, said: “India is the top priority in our expansion plans in South Asia this year. We have received tremendous support and appreciation from the customers and it is now time to reciprocate the feeling.”
“The Smartphone boom in India indicates the time is just right to focus on expansion plans and increasing volume in India to a comparable level with the China market in the next five years,” Li added.
OPPO is already among the top three players in Indonesia, with more than 11 percent market share. OPPO has 13 percent share in Vietnam and 11 percent in Malaysia.