meroslave, 19 Apr 2016I had an experience with OPPO R7 Plus, obviously after using SAMSUNG and HUAWEI, it's not enou... moreI agree. I bought the F1 as a "spare" phone, and I'm now using it more than any of my other handsets (Nexus 6, Sony Z5 Compact, Panasonic CM1).... the list goes on...
I can't believe for the money (it's now $199 in Aus retail) how much value it offers. Unbelievably smooth, 3GB ram, octa core chip, only downside is maybe the 720p if that bothers you but I can't say I've used it and gone "this is crap compared to my nexus 6"
I had an experience with OPPO R7 Plus, obviously after using SAMSUNG and HUAWEI, it's not enough to say that OPPO is insane! amazing phone with incredible performance, I expect for OPPO to be one of the flagship cellular producers soon.
it might look like an iPhone but definitely priced lower than an iPhone. with higher/better specs.. lol
It's amazing how people can't see how Apple design influences the industry.
Its a looker but im not gonna buy this one.Maybe find 9 one day maybe s7 edge
"for international markets": So does this also mean different 4G bands? (I'm from Europe, and the R9's 4G bands are not really compatible with our networks if I'm not mistaken).
Do OPPO even ashamed of themselves by adopting the design elements of Apple?
Even their icons and interface are iOS alike. Such a shame
some kids copy everything for exam , only write their name and id numberdifferent
mir, 30 Mar 2016Guess they just want to save research and development costs in making a new design by just cop... moreThe question is does it matter to us end consumers if it was copied form another phone? All that matters to me is how good a product some manufacturer can deliver at an aggressive price, so that we are benefited the most. What about your thoughts?
That fizzes out the whole useless steam it was building around it! Back off it no finger print sensor., makes no sense as another run of the mill stuff!