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OPPO F11 Pro first sale kicks-off in Sri Lanka

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OPPO Sri Lanka kicked-off the first sale of its newly launched OPPO F11 Pro,the latest addition to its popular F series of mobile phones at multiple first sale events held in Colombo. Unprecedented response to the new device sporting a new 48MP ultra-clear camera system bringing customers an excellent rear camera capability which allows ‘Brilliant Portrait’ photography resulted in back-to-back first sales events which took place at Majestic CityandLiberty Plaza. 

The first few customers received their phones from SanukaWickramasinghe and SachiniNipunsala – two celebrities who had been involved with the launch of the new devices whilst there was a steady stream of customers and shoppers who enjoyed the opportunity to take selfies with them. All customers were rewarded with t-shirts, selfie-sticks and OPPO branded bags.

In addition to inheriting the excellent selfie function of the F series, the F11 Pro boasts several innovative technologies and is equipped with a new rising camera, a panoramic screen and a sleek gradient design bringing customers a more comfortable and flawless user experience. The OPPO F11 Pro will now be available for Rs.74,990 and will come in two dazzling colour variants – Thunder Black and Aurora Green.

First sale of OPPO A5s has also commencedand was launched on the sidelines of OPPO F11 Pro launch. OPPO A5s comes with 13MP + 2MP dual rear camera, 2GB RAM + 32GB ROM and 6.2” HD waterdrop Screen, 8MP front camera supported by A.I. Beauty technology, 4230mAh super battery capacity which runs Colour OS 5.2. The OPPO A5s available at Rs.29,990 will come in two mesmerising colour variants –Black and Red.

Both the OPPO F11 Pro and A5s will be available now onwards at Abans, Dialog, Singhagiri, Daraz, OPPO authorised dealers and OPPO exclusive showrooms.

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