OPPO R15 Nebula Special Edition Lands with a Fancy Design

Earlier in this week, OPPO released a teaser that showed a new variant of the OPPO R15. The new variant that we saw in a teaser has now released by the company as the OPPO R15 Nebula Special Edition.

The OPPO R15 Nebula Special Edition has appeared in a blue-pink-purple color gradient design. Egyptian industrial designer Karim Rashid and the OPPO design team worked together on the design of this device. You can even the see designer’s signature on the back of the phone.

OPPO R15 Nebula Special Edition Launches with a Style

It seems that the Chinese manufacturers are adopting the new trends of hiring a high-profile designer to work on their phones. As Xiaomi hired a French designer Philippe Starck for the design of Mi MIX series.

The OPPO R15 Nebula Special edition Design comes with the glass back design of the regular variant. However, the color gradient design gives mesmerizing look to the phone when it tilted under light.

This special edition has same specs as that of the regular OPPO R15.

OPPO R15 Nebula Special Design comes with 6.28-inch Super-V display with a 2280 x 1080 aspect ratio. At the to, notch gives it a 19:9 aspect ratio with processor of Helio P60. The phone is packed with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

The camera section of OPPO R15 Nebula Special Edition is packed with 20MP front-facing camera with face unlock and AI features. You will find dual cameras on its rear in a 16MP + 5MP configuration.

This handset has dual SIM support (nano only) and runs ColorOS 5.0 based on Android 8.1 Oreo. The power house of the device carries a 3450mAh battery with support for VOOC fast charge.

OPPO R15 Nebula Special Edition Lands with a Fancy Design

The price of OPPO R15 Nebula Special Edition is ¥3199. It has a pair of JBL custom-made earphones that match the color of the phone. Without earphones, the price is ¥2999. Pre-orders have been started however it will be available in market for sales from today. So go and get yours.

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