Jeremiah Kioko wins Kshs 200,000 ultimate prize in the OPPO Reno6 5G wildlife contest

Jeremy Kioko’s image of a leopard perched on the branch of a tree at the Tsavo East National Park has been selected as the best image of the just concluded OPPO Reno6 5G wildlife mobile photography challenge by OPPO Kenya. As the overall winner, Kioko walked away with the Kshs 200,000 in prize money for his efforts to take his photo published above.

The competition put the contestant’s photography skills into action and tasked them to capture images of the beautiful Kenyan wildlife using a mobile phone.

(BELOW: Jeremy Kioko is awarded Ksh 200,000 by Jalang’o, one of the OPPO Reno6 5G O-stars, for emerging the winner in the just-concluded OPPO Reno6 5G wildlife mobile photography challenge. Jeremy Kioko’s winning image was that of a leopard which he took using his phone at the Tsavo East National Park).

OPPO Kenya PR Manager Muthoni Wachira said the aim of the challenge would not only highlight OPPO Reno Series innovation in-camera features and capability, but also support the recovery of the tourism industry. “OPPO continues to innovate further to enable customers to record every precious moment as professional-looking portrait images and videos. The Reno6 5G for instance features a 64MP AI Triple Camera setup on the back and a 32MP Selfie Camera on the front. Additionally, it has a dedicated color temperature sensor that captures colors more accurately,” she said.

Benjamin Orori, the first runners-up, received Kshs 100,000, while Kevin Mwanyiro, who came in third took home Kshs 50,000.

The OPPO Kenya-KWS Wildlife photography contest, called #OPPOWildLifeChallenge, was aimed to create visibility and awareness about the smartphone brand’s flagship device in the country, the OPPO Reno6-5G. Using the OPPO Reno6-5G device, OPPO Kenya partnered with the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) to promote mobile phone wildlife photography in the country.

The contest, also publicized via Facebook, called on all lovers of mobile photography to “appreciate the beauty of Kenya’s wildlife and share their images” in order various cash prizes.

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