Avengers: Endgame is now in theaters, and OPPO is looking to cash in on the frenzy by launching a limited edition variant of the F11 Pro. Dubbed the F11 Pro Marvel's Avengers Limited Edition, the phone was announced for the Malaysian market a week ago, and it is now available in India exclusively on Amazon. You'll have to shell out ₹27,990 ($400) to pick up the device, with deliveries going out from May 1.
The Avengers edition of the device features a blue color gradient and has the Avengers logo at the bottom, and you also get 128GB of internal storage. It also has accents around the power button, and is offered in custom packaging that includes a Captain America case — with the shield doubling as a pop socket — and there's also a collector's badge.
If you're interested in what the phone has to offer, head to Amazon India from the link below to get your hands on the F11 Pro Avengers edition.
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