After launching the OPPO F9 in the country last week, OPPO Kenya has finally released and started selling the device at vendor outlets after placing it on pre-order from September 10, 2018.
The OPPO F9 comes with the VOOC Flash Charge as its main key feature. OPPO is taking up a unique design with the introduction of the Water drop notch screen, customized with attractive appearance of sunlight red and twilight blue.
OPPO Brand director, Jesse Wu, stated that OPPO as a leading brand in the country has been recognized for its exquisite product design and state of art camera technology.
(TOP: OPPO Brand manager Jesse Wu – centre – flanked by models displays the latest OPPO smartphone to hit the market during the launch of the OPPO F9 series in Kenya).
OPPO has comfortably positioned itself as a force to be reckoned with, not just in terms of brand penetration and market sustenance in Kenya, but also in terms of its quality, use of high-end tech, the input of advanced features, and some of the most innovative designs in the mobile phone industry globally. And with the brand’s partnership with LIPA Later to offer OPPO devices in instalment, the brand is strategically expanding into the global mobile market.
OPPO is dedicated to providing products infused with art and innovative technology. Based on the brand elements of young, trend-setting and beauty, OPPO brings consumers delighted experience of digital life.
For the last 10 years, OPPO has been focusing on manufacturing camera phones, while innovating mobile photography technology breakthroughs. OPPO started the era of Selfie beautification, and was the first brand to launch smartphones with 5MP and 16MP front cameras. OPPO was also the first brand to introduce the motorized rotating camera, the Ultra HD feature and the 5x Dual Camera Zoom technology. OPPO’s Selfie Expert F series launched in 2016 drove a Selfie trend in the smartphone industry.
In 2017, OPPO was ranked as the number 4 smartphone brand globally, according to IDC. Currently, the OPPO brand is present in 31 countries and regions and 6 research centers worldwide.