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OPPO introduces two new stylish smartphones in Kenyan market

By Standard reporter and Agency | December 21st 2015

Since its debut into the Kenyan market earlier this year, OPPO has set a mark with its award winning products such as the OPPO R5- one of the world’s slimmest smartphones and the OPPO N3- the world’s first swivel camera phone; products that have OPPO causing a stir in the highly competitive market.

With over 60 points of sale in Nairobi and its environs and plans to expand into other major towns in the country, OPPO is growing its product range with the introduction of two new exciting smartphones; R7s and Neo 7.

The R7s, the current OPPO flagship product in Kenya, has a sleek metallic unibody that gives it a comfortable handling experience, a corning gorilla glass screen that makes it more durable and boasts the unique technology of VOOC flash charge that offers 75% charge for only 30 minutes charge time.

With a 4GB RAM and 32GB storage space, the OPPO R7s will definitely offer customers the best performance, speed and reliability.

The Neo 7, an important addition to the middle range, which supports 4G technology comes in a package of a 5.0 inch screen display, a micro- arc frame and special laminating that gives the phone a mirror-like display surface.

Moreover, it has an 8MP camera, a 5MP front facing camera with P.I 2.0+ and beautify 3.0 to capture the perfect photos even in dim lighting.

With the Christmas season, OPPO is spreading the Joy with amazing discounted prices of up to 30% on the R5, Neo 3 and Joy Plus.

It is the season of OPPO Joy.

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