Oppo F1s Gold Edition Debuts, Up for Pre-orders Exclusively on Flipkart
Smartphone maker Oppo has officially announced the availability of F1s Rose Gold edition.
Smartphone maker Oppo has officially announced the availability of F1s Rose Gold edition. (Image: Oppo)
Smartphone maker Oppo has officially announced the availability of F1s Rose Gold edition, which will start retailing exclusively on e-commerce site Flipkart. Pre-orders for the Oppo F1s Rose Gold edition have begun.
Oppo has also kicked off a social media campaign with a video revolving around the new Rose Gold variant.
Will Yang, Brand Director of Oppo India said: By launching the Selfie Expert F1s Rose Gold Limited Version, we aim to offer our Indian consumers an outstanding photographic experience and enjoy the most of their time with their special someone this Valentine’s Day.
At Rs 18,990, the Rose Gold limited edition of the Oppo F1s costs Rs 1,000 more than the original Oppo F1s. The smartphone is powered by a MediaTek 6750 Octa core processor coupled with 3 GB of RAM with 32 GB of internal storage and is further expandable up to 128 GB via a microSD card.
Oppo F1s supports dual 4G Nano-sim cards and it has a triple-slot card instead of two slots or a hybrid tray.
Oppo F1s will start selling on Flipkart starting February 10.
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