Oppo A71 2018 set for March launch in Nepal
Mar 21, 2018-
Oppo is preparing to launch the second generation A71 (2018) in the Nepali market within this month, boosting its A Series portfolio further.
The company has packed the new smartphone with advanced features in a slim metallic uni-body, making it a compelling choice for young consumers.
The first edition of the Oppo A71 was launched on September last year with an Octa-core CPU , 3GB RAM and 3,000mAh. The first edition proved to be an instant hit with customers in Nepal, setting the sales chart on fire. Since then, the mid ranged smartphone market in Nepal has heated up, with more companies launching rival smartphones at aggressive prices.
Oppo is not planning on resting on its laurels and has equipped the new A71 (2018) with a much more powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor and beefed up the AI beauty technology, reads a press release. This 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.
The company is an ever-evolving global smartphone brand dedicated to delivering customers with the most extraordinary experience through innovative technology, meticulous design and camera expertise. With multiple innovations such as introducing the first smartphone with 16 megapixel front cameras, motorised rotating camera, Ultra HD feature and 5x dual camera zoom technology, the company has risen to become one of the top smartphone brands in the world.
CEO of Oppo Nepal Bobby Zhao said, “We are all set to bring another addition to the A Series with the A71 (2018) which will feature the 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 the new A71 (2018).”
The company has yet to confirm the pricing for the Oppo A71 (2018). It will be released in two colour variants, Gold and Black. Customers will be able to get their hands on the new smartphone at offline stores nationwide.
Published: 21-03-2018 09:14