The San Francisco-based smartphone company, Obi Worldphone, has come up with an exciting contest to engage mobile fans in Nepal. The two smartphones from Obi Worldphone—SF1 and SJ1.5—offer an appealing range of features like Gorilla Glass, Dolby Audio, and Noise Cancellation to name a few.
As per the contest, the participants are required to visit the stores, explore both the phones, shortlist the cards that call out their favorite features, and place them next to their favorite Obi Worldphone. The fun doesn’t end here. To submit the entry, participants need to click a picture of the phone along with the card(s), upload it to Facebook/Twitter/Instagram using the hashtag #ObiWorldphone, and tag the brand’s respective social media account.
The 10-day contest has already kicked off and will run until July 3, 2016. It will conclude by declaring 5 winners who will get an Obi Worldphone device for free!
There’s still 5 days left so hurry up and join the contest. For more details click here.
Born in Silicon Valley and co-founded by renowned tech pioneer and ex-CEO of Apple, John Sculley, Obi Worldphone launched two smartphones, the Obi SF1, and Obi SJ1.5, a week ago in Nepal through an exclusive tie-up with Jyoti group.
The SF1 is a perfect amalgamation of elegant design and no-compromise technology and features. It comes with iconic floating glass display made with Corning® Gorilla® Glass 4. Its Dolby Audio™ delivers powerful and crystal clear surround sound through the device speakers and with headphones. It embraced the full capabilities of the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 615 processor to power the SF1’s 13-megapixel camera and best-in-class Sony IMX214 sensor.
The Obi Worldphone SJ1.5 is a 3G smartphone powered by the MediaTek MT6580 Quad-Core processor. The SJ1.5 has an asymmetrical design, with a crisp, squared-off top and a curved bottom that gives it a distinctive silhouette. The screen is made from 2.5D curved glass built flush with the body of the phone to give it a seamless feel in the hand.
To know more about Obi Worldphone SF1 check out our first impression video.
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