OPPO Kenya Discounts These Phones for Black Friday Deals

OPPO Reno8 5G 50MP Sony Camera
OPPO Reno8 5G 50MP Sony Camera

This is the time when people get to buy stuff at discounted rates. While local shops tend to be dishonest about deals, other markets take Black Friday stuff seriously, which is why some people choose to import stuff from outside the country.

Not to be part of the dishonest groups, OPPO Kenya has announced some key deals for some of its smartphones. The sales actually started on November 4 and will conclude at the end of the month. Here are some of the deals found on e-commerce platform Jumia:


It now costs KES 13000 and will remain so till the end of the Black Friday period, and while stock lasts.

Ordinarily, the phones cost KES 20K, which means you are getting a 7K discount here.

Here are some of its specs:


Storage: 64 GB

Screen: 6.52” HD+

Chip: MTK Helio G35

Camera: 13 MP

Selfie: 5 MP

Battery: 4230 mAh, 10W charging  

Protection: IPX4    


This model retails at KES 15,000 at OPPO physical stores and KES 14,000 at Jumia.

Here are some of its specs:


Storage: 64GB

Software:  Android 12, ColorOS 12.1

Battery: 5000 mAh

Camera: 8MP

Selfie: 5MP

Display: 6.56 inch, IPS LCD

Processor: Mediatek Helio G35

Connectivity: Dual sim, 4G, Wi-Fi

Colors: Navy Blue, Gold


This device is also on discount and goes for KES 30,000. We are not sure how this is a deal, because other shops have the device for less than that amount. Its specs can be read here. Nonetheless, customers can purchase at OPPO’s official online store and E-commerce partners like Jumia, Kilimall, Sky Garden, and Masoko. It, however, has less RAM at 6 GB, unlike previous A series devices that have 8 GB or RAM.

Shoppers can simply visit the OPPO official store on Jumia or visit any physical shop countrywide and purchase their new phones.

“OPPO’s participation in consumer deals continues to reaffirm our commitment to providing the best to our Kenyan consumers. The Kenyan market has proven to be a strategic market for OPPO and OPPO will continue its commitment to the market by providing the best services and technologies that meet users’ real needs,” said Fredrique Achieng, PR Manager OPPO Kenya.

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