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Order OPPO and meet a star

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17th April, 2018

KUALA LUMPUR: Locally loved Selfie Icon, Min-Chen will join the crowd at the first OPPO F7 roadshow sale in Sunway Pyramid until Apr 20.

Consumers who pre-order the OPPO F7 during the road show (Apr 16-29) stand a chance to meet Min-Chen on stage. Consumers may join the pre-order activity by placing an RM100 deposit at the nearest offline OPPO Concept stores, OPPO authorised sales points or online through the official OPPO website.

Pre-order consumers will be rewarded with a complimentary gift box worth RM299, consisting of a set of bluetooth headphones, an OPPO F7 model phone case and a ring-style holder for the phone.

The 7th, 77th, 777th and 7777th customers who placed their order online at an OPPO online store or e-commerce partner’s store, will be get their new OPPO F7 for free! Another great surprise!

OPPO F7, sports a 25MP A.I. Powered selfie camera. Its A.I. Beauty 2.0 allow users to take clear, quality selfies worry free.

The phone’s built-in Sensor HDR enables users to take detailed photos even in poor lighting.

   
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