The issue of dialers in Europe is very particular. We have on the one hand Google which with its Telephone app does not allow (unless without modifications) to record calls. On the other hand, however, it is present on 99% of smartphones and without it poco you do. But there is Oppo that with its proprietary dialer ODialer wants to change the cards on the table. Let's see what it is.
In a world where messaging and traditional calls are the monopoly of Google, Oppo launches its proprietary dialer ODialer
Oppo has released a proprietary dialer application called ODialer for dialing and managing your contact list. It includes a number of useful features, such as call recording, but is only available for some Android smartphone brands. The application is already available on Google Play for Oppo, OnePlus and realme smartphones with Android firmware version 12 or later. It is no coincidence that only these three brands can use it.
Oppo, Realme and OnePlus are all part of the same corporate group, called BBK Electronics. BBK is a Chinese company that focuses on manufacturing mobile devices, including smartphones, tablets, and televisions. However, each of these brands has its own identity and caters to slightly different audiences, with OnePlus focusing more on high-end devices and Realme focusing on mid-range devices.
But back to us, ODialer is made in a minimalistic design, supports automatic and manual call recording function, speed dialing and dark interface mode. Another feature of Oppo ODialer is the grouping of contacts in the call log for the convenience of viewing the call history. The developers also note that the application does not collect confidential data and does not transfer user information to third parties.