The default Gallery on the Oppo F1s is also straightforward to the extreme. You get a total of two interfaces, the first being a photo stream and the other - a split up view, organized in convenient image sets.
There is a bit more functionality, hidden under the hood. The edit option, for one, offers a pretty decent number of tools. You can quickly crop an image or doodle on it. There are also filters available.
The default music player is just that - a music player, nothing more, nothing less. You get all the basics, like categorized browsing (track, artist, album) and a very clean playback interface with some default animations as well as album art support.
You also get playlists and even favorites. You can also apply an equalizer by enabling Dirac Sound option which, however, is buried in the settings menu.
You get an FM radio app as well. It works fine, but is also pretty basic seeing how the receiver does not support RDS and there are no extras like TrackID or recording.
The video player is a basic app as well, which offers clean looks but almost nothing in terms of advanced features. There is one notable exception - you can play clips in a hover window. The video player supports playback of DTS audio codec but not AC3 audio codec.
The Oppo F1s did poorly in the active external amplifier part of our audio quality test, which is not a good start. While its volume levels were very high, the clarity just wasnít there, and we recorded poor dynamic range and signal-to-noise ratio as well as plenty of distortion. The stereo crosstalk was higher than most competitors manage with headphones.
With that serving as a base, we didnít have very high expectations for the headphones test. It brought more of the same only this time loudness also fell to below average and frequency response got even shakier. A poor showing no matter how you look at it.
|Test||Frequency response||Noise level||Dynamic range||THD||IMD + Noise||Stereo crosstalk|
|Oppo F1s||+0.37, -0.00||-71.2||75.3||0.936||1.190||-41.2|
|Oppo F1s (headphones)||+0.80, -0.05||-67.8||74.6||0.336||0.579||-42.3|
|Huawei Honor 7 Lite (5c)||+0.03, -0.44||-90.4||90.9||0.0019||0.011||-87.9|
|Huawei Honor 7 Lite (5c) (headphones)||+0.04, -0.47||-90.3||90.7||0.0067||0.072||-73.1|
|Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016)||+0.04, -0.24||-92.4||92.5||0.024||0.023||-91.3|
|Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) (headphones)||+0.37, -0.04||-88.5||90.6||0.045||0.226||-56.9|
|Sony Xperia E5||+0.14, -0.81||-92.3||92.4||0.0072||0.0093||-91.9|
|Sony Xperia E5 (headphones)||+0.15, -0.88||-89.5||88.9||0.0090||0.370||-50.7|
|Motorola Moto G4||+0.02, -0.07||-92.4||92.5||0.0028||0.0084||-92.1|
|Motorola Moto G4 (headphones)||+0.04, -0.08||-92.0||92.0||0.0073||0.070||-63.8|
|Sony Xperia XA||+0.01, -0.18||-93.6||90.6||0.0030||0.010||-91.7|
|Sony Xperia XA (headphones)||+0.85, -0.18||-87.1||87.8||0.018||0.327||-54.9||Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus||+0.02, -0.08||-93.8||92.8||0.0037||0.034||-91.3|
|Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus (headphones)||+0.09, -0.03||-93.5||92.6||0.070||0.075||-49.0|
|Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016)||+0.02, -0.07||-94.3||92.2||0.0065||0.010||-95.0|
|Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016) (headphones)||+0.42, -0.01||-93.4||87.1||0.029||0.254||-53.0|
You can learn more about the tested parameters and the whole testing process here.