OPPO Indonesia, the local subsidiary of Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO, launched on Tuesday its latest smartphone, the OPPO F3 Plus, which is equipped with an advanced camera to tap into Indonesia’s burgeoning selfie craze.
Suwanto, OPPO Indonesia spokesperson, said the new product featured a dual-front selfie camera with a 120-degree ultra wide angle lens.
It also features a front camera with six folds of lens to avoid distortion of the picture quality.
“It fits for those who love taking selfies with their groups because it provides a wider angle. The lens will automatically change to 120 degrees after it detects three faces joining the selfie,” Suwanto said during the launch of the OPPO F3 Plus.
The product was also launched simultaneously in India, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam.
According to Suwanto, all OPPO smartphone products distributed in Indonesia, including the OPPO F3 Plus, were produced at the company’s factory in Tangerang, Banten, with a production capacity of 500,000 smartphones per month.
The OPPO F3 Plus is available for pre-order until March 31 and will be available in the market on April 1, he added.
As of the third quarter of 2016, OPPO Smartphones had gained 16.7 percent of market share in Indonesia, the second highest after South Korea’s Samsung at 32.2 percent, according to the International Data Corporation.
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