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What smartphone should the elusive Peter Parker aka Spiderman have?

Published Jul 17, 2017 11:32am

OPPO has established a global association with Sony Pictures Entertainment on the latest Spider-Man: Homecoming superhero film based on Marvel Comics.

The movie is being screened all over theatres across Pakistan.

But the question remains: Can OPPO F3 Black lay the perfect web to grasp the audience just like Spiderman does on screen?

Fighting super villains isn’t easy

Peter Parker has a tough life: he has to keep his job at the paper during the day, and fight super villains through the night.

Having a crazy boss at Daily Bulge certainly doesn’t help, and that’s why he’s always on the edge of getting fired.

To keep his job, Parker offers Bulge exclusive pictures of Spiderman, something that no other photographer can get him.

How OPPO helps Spidey stay on top of his job

But this is where the situation gets tricky. Taking pictures of himself as Spiderman is a difficult task, even for someone with superpowers like him.

Positioning the camera perfectly while capturing all kinds of action shots of himself roaming through New York and beating up crooks at the same time is definitely an impossible task.

But there is one thing that can make his life easy.

Who saves Spidey’s day? OPPO F3 Black!

All Parker needs is to put his old camera phone at rest and switch to the selfie superhero, the OPPO F3 Black.

The selfie expert phone can definitely help him take perfect shots.

Here's why:

What OPPO has in store in future for the audience as well as other superheroes like Spidey remains to be seen.

Fans should definitely stay prepared for more surprises on the way.

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