OPPO Philippines, in partnership with University of the Philippines (UP) Economics Society and UP Underground Music Community, celebrated a music-filled weekend for another installment of the much-awaited UP Fair. With numerous exciting rides, countless food stalls, and engaging games and activities, the celebration was definitely one for the books!
With more than 14,000 attendees at the final night of the highly-anticipated week-long fair last February 17, attendees (myself included!) got to experience the fun-filled festivities that OPPO has prepared – from shooting like a pro at the Hoops Booth to getting instant freebies. What even made it more exciting are the brand new OPPO F5 Red smartphones that were given away to help attendees capture real moments that are worth sharing.
“The UP Fair has always been known to bring in joy and excitement to a lot of students by giving them a chance to fully enjoy the prime of their youth and the opportunity to celebrate music with a cause. We wanted to be a part of this initiative because OPPO believes that every moment in our lives deserves to be captured and treasured especially for the youth,” said Eason De Guzman, OPPO Philippines’ PR Manager.
To top it all off, everyone was able to witness live musical performances from the country’s all-time favorite bands such as Urbandub, IV of Spades, Sandwich, Imago, Autotelic, Orange and Lemons, Pedicab, Ben & Ben, Franco, and a lot more. Check out the photos we took via our own OPPO F5’s rear camera:
Stage spotlights, lots of movements, and dark surroundings usually discourage me to take photos during concerts but good thing the Selfie Expert is not only an expert in selfies, but in rear-camera photography as well! All of the photos above were taken through its 16MP rear camera with F1.8 aperture. OPPO F5 also features a 20MP front camera with an F2.0 aperture, but compared with other competitors’ 13MP or 16MP camera in the same price range, the F5 has a higher resolution at 2160×1080 and better photo quality. The cameras can deliver Bokeh effects and the front HDR solves any over-exposure issues. For more details about the specs, click here and here.
We heard that OPPO Philippines, being a brand that is well-received by the youth, will be more involved in activities supporting the culture and well-being of the Filipino culture. I guess we can expect more from OPPO this 2018. To more engaging events and life-centric innovations!
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