OPPO Pakistan cuts Rs. 20,000/- off the OPPO Find 7a – Celebrating Anniversary


[PRESS RELEASE] Lahore, 3rd June 2015: OPPO Pakistan has successfully completed 1 year operations in Pakistan and to bring more excitement and attraction for the customers it has recently reduced the price of the flagship smartphone, Find 7a. Last year the company introduced this smartphone with a price tag of Rs. 49,900. However the price is reduced to Rs. 29,990 only for celebrating 1 year anniversary.

Find 7a was one of the best flagship devices last year. It has a premium build quality and fits nicely in the hands. It packs a large 5.5 inch IPS screen with 1080p resolution, protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass 3. One of most eye catching feature of this device is the Skyline Notifications, which is a pulsing blue light on the front.

On the inside this smartphone is packed with a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB internal storage. You can use a memory card up to 128GB in this phone. Find 7a runs a customized version of Android, dubbed as Color OS, which provides a nice user friendly interface as well as handy shortcuts for phone operation.

Like all other flagships the camera feature is one of the key aspects of this device. Find 7a is bundled with a 13-megapixel camera, which can take Ultra HD 50-megapixel still images, as well as record 4k video.

Other than the elegant design, processing power and the high quality camera, VOOC Flash Charge is the key selling point of this device. This revolutionary technology invented by OPPO charges your phone up to 75% in just 30 minutes, a 5 minute charge is enough to power a 2 hours call.

If you are looking for a flagship Android smartphone and have a tight budget, then you must go for Find 7a, because it’s more affordable and provides the best specifications in this price range. Keep in mind that the discount offer is limited to the first 1000 customers only, so hurry up and grab the best deal in town.

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