Chinese smart phone company Oppo has released another camera focused phone F1 Plus for Rs. 26,990 is the successor of Oppo F1 . This phone will be available from mid April in Gold and Rose Gold colour options. F2 plus is basically a re branded version of R9 that was launched in China earlier this year.
F1 plus comes with a fingerprint scanner, 4 GB RAM and 64GB space, supports up to 128GB of external memory through a microSD card and has a 13 megapixel rear camera. The USP of this phone its front camera which is a 16 megapixel camera, making it a perfect fit for selfie lovers.
The 5.5-inch display is a Full HD Amoled display which protected by Gorilla Glass 4, while the in built battery is clocked at 2850-mAh, which in ideal scenario can easily last for a day. OPPO claims that the battery can last upto 14 hours with heavy usage. The phone also comes with OPPO’s unique VOCC technology that can charge the battery up to 75% of capacity in just 30 minutes.
F2 Plus also has a few software enhancements that help you click a beautiful selifie like Beautify 4.0 that ill smoothen out your skin tone and define your facial contour. The front camera is a called “Hi-Light” and is said to be “four times more sensitive than standard cameras, has twice the dynamic range and captures shots with four times less noise, compared to cameras without the technology.”
Overall the design resembles iPhones’ design element quite a bit and houses a fingerprint sensor under its home button. It is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 MT6755 processor clocked at 2GHz. It runs ColorOS 3.0 based on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. For Connectivity options, the smartphone includes 4G with VoLTE support, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS/ A-GPS, and Micro-USB.
While we do not know how the phone fares in real life, on paper, it does look impressive and has all the ingredients of being a successful device.
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