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National Geographic India’s Superfactories will take viewers behind the scenes at Oppo’s factory in India. Premiering February 27 at 7:00 pm, the documentary will give an insight into the manufacturing process adopted by the company to produce millions of smartphones.

The documentary will introduce viewers to the mechanism behind the operations and how the brand has managed to establish a large footprint in the country. Featuring the mega facility that aims to produce more than six million units every month during peak season—which is one smartphone in every three seconds, the film will also highlight the crucial role played by operational managers, R&D teams, and engineers in bringing alive the company’s vision to develop and adopt new-age technology solutions.

“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 Oppo’s 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.

“Oppo is a pioneering force in building India’s smartphone manufacturing ecosystem. Being featured on Superfactories is a testimony to Oppo’s 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 favourite smartphones,” said Damyant Singh Khanoria, Chief Marketing Officer, Oppo India.