OPPO has awarded winners of the just concluded OPPO Reno6 5G wildlife mobile photography challenge. The winner, Jeremy Kioko, who captured an image of a leopard perched on the branch of a tree at the Tsavo East National Park, walked away with KES 200,000 grand prize.
Other winners were Benjamin Orori who walked away with KES 100,000 as first runners-up and Kevin Mwanyiro who walked away with KES 50,000 coming in third.
OPPO says the competition – which required the use of a mobile phone camera – put the contestants’ photography skills into action.
The company’s PR Manager Muthoni Wachira said the aim of the challenge would not only highlight the Reno Series innovation in-camera features and capability, but also support the recovery of the tourism industry.
“OPPO continues to innovate further to enable customers to record every precious moment as professional-looking portrait images and videos. The Reno6 5G for instance features a 64MP AI Triple Camera setup on the back and a 32MP Selfie Camera on the front. Additionally, it has a dedicated color temperature sensor that captures colors more accurately.”