The OPPO F11 Pro got an Endgame revamp!
If you look at the smartphone landscape right now, the truth is that you’ll hardly be able to tell the difference between one unit and the next—not unless you’re well versed in all things tech. People generally narrow down their choices based on price range, specs priorities and preferred operating system. But even then, how do you make a final decision?
Well, the OPPO F11 Pro Marvel’s Avengers Limited Edition is setting itself apart from the get-go. And by this we mean from the very first look.
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The smartphone was officially launched on April 26, 2019, alongside the opening of OPPO’s first pop-up store in BGC. The F11 Pro Marvel’s Avengers Limited Edition comes in a unique Space Blue design, which sports the undeniable Avengers “A,” partnered with the brand’s signature gradient effect. And that customized wallpaper? Finishes the look perfectly.
Every purchase of the new flagship gives buyers exclusive Avengers merch too, including a Captain America-themed case that has a built-in finger ring that resembles Cap’s iconic shield. And as if that isn’t enough, the Limited Edition box also comes with a stamped collector’s badge.
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But what’s a pretty phone without the specs to back it up? Fortunately, you’ll never have to find out with the F11 Pro.
The device has a built-in 48MP low-light rear camera, making it perfect for photos taken in all kinds of environments. You’ll never have to worry so much about lighting again—take snaps of your nights out with friends or that intimate beach bonfire we know you’ve been looking forward to this summer.
The OPPO F11 Pro also comes to the market with VOOC flash charge 3.0 which is supposed to get your phone from 0 to 100 in 80 minutes. Partner all this with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of ROM and you’re set for speed and efficiency. And hey, it sells for only P19,999. Not a bad deal, if you ask us.
The OPPO pop-up store is more than just a storefront. Designed with a vinyl theme, visitors are free to check and play the records of their choice and—of course—check out the different units for purchase. Check it out at Bonifacio High Street or check out their website for more details.
Art Alexandra Lara