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OPPO Continues Its K Series Journey With the Launch of OPPO K3

PR Newswire | New Delhi | Updated: 13-07-2019 16:40 IST | Created: 13-07-2019 16:40 IST
OPPO Continues Its K Series Journey With the Launch of OPPO K3
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In a bid to strengthen its multi-channel distribution strategy in India, OPPO, a leading global smartphone brand successfully launched K series at the beginning of 2019 for online consumers. To further bolster the online portfolio, OPPO is now introducing a new K series device, OPPO K3.

OPPO is widely recognized for its pioneering technology that helps enhance the smartphone experience for consumers. The brand offers technologically superior smartphones across various price segments in order to cater to a wide range of consumers. Whether it is offering a great selfie experience or introducing a motorized camera, OPPO puts the consumers' needs and experiences first. The OPPO K series is no different. The power packed devices are designed with excellence and competitive pricing. The innovative series is focused on delivering a memorable and delightful experience for its consumers.

The OPPO K1 was the brand's first smartphone from the globally successful K series. It was the first online device that packed immense performance within a competitive price range and featured an in-display fingerprint scanner.

Expanding its series of innovative products, OPPO will be unveiling it's all new K series smartphone - OPPO K3 which is driven by technology and 'designed to perform'. The brand will be partnering with e-commerce giant Amazon for the launch of this device. With features like 6.5" Panoramic AMOLED screen, rising camera, VOOC Flash Charge 3.0, Snapdragon 710, the OPPO K3 is bound to win the hearts of the consumers.

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