Following the newly launched 6-inch Full-screen OPPO F5, OPPO has announced to release the sister version, OPPO F5 Youth today, days earlier than expected and placed on pre-order on Jumia, marking the continuous trend of Full-screen era led by OPPO in Kenya.
Priced at a more affordable price of Kshs. 26,990, the OPPO F5 Youth features a high-quality 16MP Selfie camera, a 13MP rear camera, and an extraordinary 6-inch Full-screen of 2160 x 1080 resolution (FHD+); which brings worthy visual and Selfie experience and making it not just the first but also the most affordable Full-screen smartphone in the market.
As the well-known Selfie Expert and camera phone leader, OPPO is stepping forward and has upgraded the built-in Beautification technology by the smart Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) and optimizations that comes with over 200 facial recognitions pots that can distinguish users’ facial features from skin tone, type, gender, and age.
“This is to enable more users uncovering the real and natural beauty of Selfie and to unfold the vigor of inspiring life moments. The Selfie expert and leader OPPO developed the Youth version to meet the varied needs.
The OPPO F5 Youth brings the same personalized beautification feature which first appeared on F5, and the FHD+ and Full-screen along with other emerging cool functions, such as the speedy Facial Unlock”. Quoted OPPO Kenya Brand Director, Jesse Wu.
The device continues with the simple, smooth and energy-saving experience with the 3200 mAh battery and the Color OS3.2, together with 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM expandable to 256GB and 2.5GHz Octa-core CPU processor, which brings a minimum 20% rise of performance and 10% less energy cost.
New functions and upgrades enable more efficient life, and as multiple players in a mobile world, the user can find a triples lottery on OPPO F5 Youth which can supports two nano SIM cards and one micro SD card simultaneously.
The F5 Youth will be available for pre-order exclusive at Jumia from 4th December and will be available for the countrywide from on 15th December 2017.
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