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OPPO launches the new selfie expert F3

We belong to a generation that leaves no chance to be in the front of the camera. It’s no surprise that OPPO decided to launch the new F-series of selfie centric phones in the city. The new selfie expert will make sure that people can be in front of the camera anytime they want and look good while doing it.

Speaking at the occasion, Will Yang, Brand Director, OPPO India said, “Founded in 2004, our dream is that maximum people enjoy the beauty of technology. We keep challenging ourselves to bring constant breakthroughs in mobile technology to bring a considerate product to our customers.”

The event saw Rahul Johri, CEO, BCCI and Will Yang, Brand Director, OPPO India unveiling the Indian cricket team’s new jersey. Talking about the association Rahul Johri, CEO, BCCI said, “OPPO mobiles and BCCI share a common vision and spirit to provide the best experience to the Indian audiences and we will work together to grow cricket further.”

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The smartphone brand has been a pioneer and now a leader in the sphere of image beautification. Keeping up with its tradition of providing an exceptional picture quality and elaborate visual experience, OPPO with the new F-series is once again redefining the selfie experience!


Updated Date: May 04, 2017 15:53 PM

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