Are they trying to sell the girl or the phone?
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2017we don't care ..who cares! bang
"The poster does not reveal much about the design"
Of course and the poster doesn't need to reveal it any way. We all know that it will look like any other Oppo and Vivo phones -_-
Oppo is good and their strategy of focusing on millenials by their selfie centric phones, advertisements, and celebrity endorsements is really paying off, but because of that, they charge too much for their phones, too bad.
I think those who commented about the model's mannequin like face should have a very beautiful and perfect face
People who wants to be look like mannequin will love this phone specially ugly boys and girls that addicted posting selfie on there facebook lol xD
Maybe a reason for no F4:
Oppo F5 could also mean Oppo Refresh. Pretty good similarity and maybe something, a good marketing will do.
And Redmi note 4 from another Chinese company is Superhit in India.
Oppo it's the most OVERRATED brand in the world
the company waste so much money on advertising and the victim it's the consumer.
ben, 29 Sep 2017People in ad look like wax mannequins to be honest.That's one of the biggest artist here in the Philippines namely, Alden Richards and Sarah Geronimo.
To be honest... why are you buying this?
The girl in the poster is Sarah Geronimo. Search in You Tube just type in the name so you will know who is she.
AnonD-632062, 29 Sep 2017Oppo F4?? :''(Since oppo is chinese I am guessing they skipped four just like Oneplus and many other chinese brands did and do.
In some Chinese dialects "four" sounds like "death" and has bad superstition connected to it due to that, a bit like why some American flats don't have a 13th floor but just start to call that floor 14 (which is also stupid in my opinion).
People in ad look like wax mannequins to be honest.
Oppo F4?? :''(
Smh, the article didn't detail about the oval fingerprint scanner. What about it? You don't mention
Is that SM North, Trinoma, or Megamall? I miss getting laid there so many times.
OPPO is what started the trend for fast charging back in early 2014.