China's OPPO's 40th anniversary commemoration goods are not limited to Gundam smartphones, but extend to smartphone accessories such as game pads, bluetooth earphones, and mobile batteries.
As it was not possible to complete all of them, I will introduce some that I bought.
I thought how it was in the box, but it was a double door. It is too elaborate.
In addition to the mobile battery, there was a type-C USB cable.
The Gundam silhouette is designed in gold on the front and the logo on the back.
In the first episode, Zaku is cut off with a beam saber or reminiscent of a CM eye catch.
(I hope that Gundam Police will not come with a CM Eye Catch with a Gundam Shield!)
By the way, what happens to Unicorn Gundam is a black body with a standing pose drawn in silver.
If I think now, I regret that I should have bought this one too.
The other is “OPPO Hand Pattern C1 Unicorn Gundam Edition C1”, which is a peripheral device for smartphones.
I don't know how to get into the combination of Unicorn gamepads on the first Gundam body, but Gundam is Gundam.
A lot of Gundam will come out even in Sparobo.
When I opened the package, I was confused as if it had a game console.
When you lock your phone, you can stretch it sideways.
I didn't care when I put the power on the gamepad without turning on the power first, but when I turned on the power, the central psycho-frame part glows red with the extended timing.
How elaborate. You can really tickle your mania.
When you dock the gamepad and press the C1 button, a game-only app called “Game Space” will be launched on the Gundam smartphone.
It seems that you can check information such as game download management, battery level, network connection time, game 4D vibe feedback and smooth operation optimization.
Gundam smartphone itself, RAM8GB + storage 256GB, 6.5 inch (2400 x 1080) large screen touch sampling rate 135Hz, 65W quick charge technology "SuperVOOC 2.0" compatible etc. The basic performance is also very high, support for games Perhaps it has been made a lot more comfortable game experience in combination with the game pad.
The author doesn't seem to have a chance to actually use it, but there are many game apps that are globally common, so I would like this collaboration to be realized in Japan.