Oppo Vietnam cooperates with Bang & Olufsen, offering 7.9 million speakers when buying Find X2 Pro

Tram Ho

Oppo Vietnam has recently announced a partnership with renowned audio company Bang & Olufsen (B&O). According to Oppo, this cooperation helps enhance the audiovisual experience for users, as well as enhance the brand image of both sides.

To kick off this partnership, Oppo said it will donate 7.9 million dong B&O BeoPlay A1 to its upcoming flagship smartphone customers. Beoplay A1 is one of the two most compact designs from B&O and created by leading Danish industrial designer Cecilie Manz. The product impresses thanks to True360 technology and maximum power of 2x140W, allowing sound to be dispersed evenly in a wide space honestly and vividly.

Oppo Việt Nam hợp tác cùng Bang & Olufsen, tặng loa 7.9 triệu khi mua Find X2 Pro - Ảnh 1.

Oppo Vietnam will donate B&O BeoPlay A1 speakers to its upcoming flagship owners

Mr. Morten Kalle – Head of Business Development Division of Bang & Olufsen at Southeast Asia network shared: “The combination of Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay A1 with OPPO’s flagship product is the pinnacle of design masterpieces. and technology. Designed for the busy life, we recognize that today’s users seek elegance, simplicity and flexibility in the way they live with music and communicate via smartphones. Beoplay A1 Bluetooth Speaker brings rich and beautiful sound to the house, while also ensuring the move for daily adventures. ”

Oppo Việt Nam hợp tác cùng Bang & Olufsen, tặng loa 7.9 triệu khi mua Find X2 Pro - Ảnh 2.

Leaked images of Find X2 Pro

On the Oppo side, the company is preparing to launch the Find X2 Pro, which is expected to launch in March. According to some leaked information, Find X2 Pro will be equipped with the design of a 120Hz refresh rate perforated screen, along with the camera cluster with very good zoom thanks to the improved periscope lens. In addition, Find X2 Pro will also be equipped with a top configuration with Snapdragon 865 chip, 5G network and super fast charging capability based on Oppo Super VOOC technology.

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Source : Genk