The OPPO F3 went on sale in Kenya on Tuesday May 23, 2017, retailing at Kshs. 32,990. OPPO Mobile Kenya CEO Andrew Peng said that there is very strong demand for affordable premium devices as most Kenyans are seeking to invest in technology that will enhance both their professional and social lives.
“The OPPO F3’s dual selfie camera feature has proven to be our strongest selling point alongside its high resolution 16MP shooter which produces high quality images,” said Peng.
(TOP: Andrew Peng, OPPO Kenya CEO takes a group selfie with OPPO Service Centre brand ambassadors during the launch of the OPPO F3).
The 16MP shooter is 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.
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.