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Published on: 2017-09-14     192 times read    0  Comments

OPPO to Launch New Line-up A71 Soon

September 14: OPPO is all set to launch its latest selfie technology with a spectacular design in Nepal. The company said it will introduce the new camera phone A71 equipped with octa-core processor, 3GB RAM and 3000mAH battery on September 18.
Issuing a press statement, the company said that OPPO A71 inherits the core OPPO photography technology with Beautify 4.0 app on the front camera and optimized rear camera to capture life’s fun moments. 
“Also, the slim metallic uni-body of A71 will make it stand-out at first sight. OPPO A71 will be released in gold colour, and will be available in offline stores nationwide,” the press statement said.
Commenting on OPPO A71, CEO of OPPO Nepal Johnny Ge said, “We are all set to bring another Camera phone A71 with latest selfie technology and spectacular design in Nepal. We are really hopeful that we will be able to satisfy our customers' needs and demands through OPPO A71.”
The company said that the new OPPO model is expected to enable smoother multitasking and switching between apps delivering a faster and more convenient experience for taking photos, watching videos and playing games. 


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