OPPO is bringing the OPPO F11 Pro Marvel Avengers Edition to Kenya

OPPO is bringing a special OPPO F11 Pro Marvel Avengers Edition to Kenya. The device is part of a partnership between the company and Marvel studio to promote the  Avengers: Endgame movie which is getting released next week.

According to a press statement from OPPO, the aim of this partnership is also to reach out to all Marvel fans in the country.

OPPO F11 Pro Marvel Avengers Limited Edition will be available with very limited quantity and OPPO does not also say the exact date it will launch the device. Little is also being said about the expected features but we should expect no major changes apart from the phones design and the internal storage capacity.

Instead of the 64GB of internal storage in the standard variant which is also being launched in the country next week on 23rd, the OPPO F11 Pro Marvel Avengers Limited Edition will come with 128GB of internal storage. It will pack the same 6GB of RAM.

The device will feature a 6.5-inch Full HD+ Panoramic display with a screen resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels, 19:9 aspect ratio and 90.9 percent screen to body ratio. There’s no notch, instead, we are getting an elevating camera that will house a 16-megapixel front shooter.

It will also come with a dual rear camera setup, consisting of a 48-megapixel primary sensor and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor along with an LED flash, f/1.79 aperture, and 6P Lens. (Watch the video below from OPPO Malaysia we bumped into on YouTube)

The OPPO F11 Pro Marvel Avengers will be powered by MediaTek — Helio P70 chipset and will come in Blue and Red colours along with the Avengers logo on the back. We’re not sure about the pricing yet.

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