Oppo plans to launch OPPO A9 (2020) in Kenya Soon

Oppo Kenya has revealed that their new A-series device Oppo A9 (2020) is launching in Kenya soon. The latest entry is part of the company’s plan to win over the generation Z youth, which the company says fancy beautiful design and stunning photography hardware.

Furthermore, long-lasting battery for hours and hours of tweeting and connecting with other netizens on various social media platforms.

Being the company’s most successful line of devices in the Kenyan market in 2019, Oppo aims to even get more millennials on board with the new device.

Here is what you get;

The rear of the device is packed with a Quad camera setup sporting a 48MP Ultra-Wide snapper on the frontline. The primary camera features hardware and software tweaks like Ultra Night Mode 2.0 and Ultra-Wide photography. Furthermore, there is professional mode, panorama, portrait, time-lapse photography, and even slow motion.

For selfies, Oppo A9 2020 relies on a 16MP snapper with AI capabilities. Under the hood is an Octa-core Snapdragon SoC. A massive 5,000mAh battery powers the device thus making it a perfect alternative for heavy smartphone users. Oppo says this battery can support up to 19 hours of continuous mobile usage.

And lastly, we can’t forget to mention it comes with dual stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos® sound effects. You can read more on Oppo A9 2020 here.

“OPPO as a company has transformed A9 2020 into such a device that is bound to fulfill all the needs starting from communication to capturing moments and seeking entertainment.”

“With the launch of OPPO A9 2020, we are ready to serve the market with smartphones that incorporate all the era-defining features and comes with an affordable price tag,” said Jesse Wu, Brand Manager of OPPO Kenya on the new upcoming smartphone.

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