To celebrate the arrival of OPPO F5, Eric Chou, Min Chen and Fattah Amin will be joining the F5 debut roadshow that takes place in Sunway Pyramid (Kuala Lumpur), AEON Bandar Dato Onn (Johor) and Sunway Carnival Mall (Penang) on 11th November 2017, 3pm.
First, 50 customers who purchase OPPO F5 during the first sale roadshow at Sunway Pyramid will be getting Eric Chou’s sign autograph and stand a chance to take a selfie with himself.
As for the roadshow at AEON Bandar Dato Onn and Sunway Carnival Mall, first, 30 customers who purchased OPPO F5 will receive sign autographs from both Fattah Amin and Min Chen respectively. Opportunity to take selfies with the celebrities away you.
If you got no time to purchase it during the roadshow, you may also pre-order the OPPO F5 from either offline at OPPO Concept Store, Authorised OPPO Sales Points across Malaysia or through Online at OPPO Official Website and the e-commerce partners’ site such as Lazada, 11street and Shopee. Pre-order also made available through Celcom Blue Cube Store and Sen Heng. Pre-order starts from 2nd November till 10th November 2017 and for those who pre-ordered will get a Barcelona Backpack, Tempered Glass Screen Protector, and an OPPO F5 casing.
The selling price of the OPPO F5 is RM 1,298 and you can check out the specification HERE!
OPPO Malaysia has just announced that the company will donate part of the profits from the OPPO F5 debut roadshow at Sunway Carnival Mall (Penang), towards flood disaster relief efforts in Penang
Min Chen mentioned “I sympathies with the Penangnites on the major floods which has devastated the state. Let us all lend a hand to Penang. I hope the situation will get better as soon as possible.”
The C.E.O. of OPPO Malaysia also mentioned that “The extraordinary amount of continuous rainfall in Penang has worsened the flood situation. At this crucial moment, OPPO Malaysia would love to donate part of the profit from the F5 first sale road show in Sunway Carnival Mall as part of our support to Penang. We sincerely hope that this donation can help Penang in flood relief.”