OPPO launches Eid Happiness Photography Campaign

Staff Correspondent | Published: 15:46, May 10,2021 | Updated: 15:49, May 10,2021

 
 

To spread the happiness of Eid-ul-Fitr, global leading smart phone brand OPPO had launched a contest titled Eid Happiness Photography Campaign, said a press release on Sunday.

The campaign started on May 8 and would continue till May 14, the release said.

The contestants have to share their unique Eid happiness moments with #OPPOF19Pro and #OPPOEIDHappiness hashtag on @OPPOBangladesh Facebook post.

The most memorable #EidHappiness moments will get exclusive gifts, including OPPO F19 Pro and TWS Enco W11.

This time, OPPO does not announce only the photography campaign, but also brings F19 Pro Limited Eid edition to celebrate the joy of Eid-Ul-Fitr.

The newest edition will lure the smartphone enthusiasts into getting their hands on the device and gifting their beloved ones to share and multiply the bliss of Eid.

F19 Pro Crystal Silver color and Reno Glow effect will be evocative of the crescent moon that ushers in Eid. Coming with a 6.43-inches Single Punch-hole AMOLED Display, F19 Pro promises unparalleled experience.

Oppo F19 Pro Eid Edition also is featured with dual-view video along with AI colour portrait video mode that comes with a suite of OPPO’s famous AI algorithms, which provide the subject matter in natural colors while presenting the background in natural monochrome.

OPPO F19 Pro’s Dual View Video feature lets users’ use both the rear and front cameras of the phone to work to make a split-screen video that has both the perspectives.

Oppo F19 Pro’s dynamic bokeh charming portrait videos with one-tap beautifully focus on the subject of users’ video by blurring the background in a dynamic and vivid way.

OPPO F19 Pro Eid Edition comes with a 32 mega pixel punch hole selfie-shooter and a 4310 mAh battery.

The box of F19 Pro Eid Edition bears a 30W VOCC Flash charge 4.0 adapter which provide 3.2 hour talk time within 5 minute of charge and it takes only one hour to charge the device fully.

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