Nairobi, Kenya, May 18, 2017: Camera Phone brand OPPO has announced that its latest premium unveil OPPO F3 is now available for local pre-order up to May 22, 2017.
The first customers to book the OPPO F3 in advance, which debuts on May 23, 2017, will get mobile accessory freebies that include a Selfiestick, Power bank, Wireless headphones and Bluetooth speaker estimated at Sh.16,000.
Retailing at Sh.32,990*, the OPPO F3, a dual selfie camera phone featuring high-end specs and a number of unusual tweaks was unveiled in the Kenyan market.
Speaking during the announcement in Nairobi, OPPO Mobile Kenya CEO Andrew Peng said the OPPO F3 launch in the Kenyan market will reinforce the device company’s drive to give phone users an innovative camera phone whilst cementing its status as the most reputable Camera Phone maker in Kenya.
“Selfies and group selfies have become a social norm for smartphone users in a tech and socially conscious society and the OPPO F3 blends cutting-edge technology, research and development that makes smartphone photography quite the experience,” said Mr.Peng.
Self-styled the ‘Selfie-Expert’, the F3 packs a dual front-facing selfie camera ; a high-resolution 16MP shooter for high quality selfies with beautification technology, paired with an 8MP wide-angle shooter with a field-of-view that is 2 times larger than standard selfie camera for group selfies.
Its powered by an Octa-core processor backed by 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM and offers a triple-slot card tray that can hold two Nano 4G SIM cards with a micro SD card expanding memory to up to 128GB.
With the release of the camera phone in the Kenyan market, Mr. Peng said the Kenyans should look forward to a release of a series of more premium Camera Phones at a competitive price that will provide even more solutions to photography in 2017.
Already in Northern Africa and South Africa, OPPO Mobile sees Kenya as a strategic conduit in the Eastern African market.
OPPO Mobile, currently the largest in market share in China and fourth globally seeks to replicate its Asian business model in Kenya which has made it a runaway success.