On May 8, the OPPO brand held a press conference and officially launched the OPPO Ace2 Neon Genesis Evangelion Limited Edition smartphone. This year happens to be the 25th anniversary of the release of the TV version of Evangelion. This smartphone is the most in-depth customized phone ever produced by the OPPO brand. So, what are the characteristics of OPPO’s most deeply customized handset? Let’s take a look.

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First of all, the back cover of the OPPO Ace2 Neon Genesis Evangelion Limited Edition uses hot forged glass to create two three-dimensional ridges. Plus, it has a matte feel created by the AG process. Then, it matches the bright colors of purple and green to accurately restore the color ratio of the body. Multiple details such as the texture of the fuselage and armor decorations are also engraved to give it an excellent look and a comfortable feel.

OPPO Ace2 Neon Genesis Evangelion Limited Edition

In addition, the changes of the OPPO Ace 2 Neon Genesis Evangelion Limited Edition not only appear on the phones but also added EVA elements to accessories. The box has a plug-in style design. There is also a custom card pin derived from the gun of Lankinus, a 65W super flash charging set inspired by the launch platform, and a cable. In addition, there is a protective case printed with the words ‘strike’. OPPO said that since it’s made this customized version, every detail seen by the naked eye reminds about the EVA.

In other aspects, the OPPO Ace 2 Neon Genesis Evangelion Limited Edition costs 4,399 yuan ($615). It is limited to 10,000 units worldwide and will be available online and offline on June 1.

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