Santos , 02 Dec 2016Hey rishiguru, you can't blame people who have bought from a company. You have no right to cri... moreNobody is criticizing anbody. GsmArena is for everbody, it is not for Oppo users only. :)
RishiGuru, 02 Dec 2016Ofcourse Oppo F1s will have better battery backup compared to Vivo V3Max as both comes with a ... moreAnother thing, imagine two identical phones with identical specs, both have exactly same power efficient processors, one can perform efficiently and another can't because one's optimisation don't put heavy load and pairs efficiently, and other one destroys the capability of processor by pathetic optimisation.
RishiGuru, 02 Dec 2016Ofcourse Oppo F1s will have better battery backup compared to Vivo V3Max as both comes with a ... moreNo no no, there should be little difference, about 1.5 h, but the difference is at least 3.5 hours in equal usage. Even my bro's j7 prime which is not so good performer, but the battery is efficient, also lasts slightly less for the same test without power saving mode activate. (this is strange because it is not so good performer because I have noticed horrible framedrops in asphalt extreme, nitro, and nova 3 so it don't have to work a lot), this is because color os is one of the best ever and lightest ever os, which ties up with the efficient and capable heliop10 to perform excellently. And you said p10 old?? P10 was revealed in just September 2015 and only p20, x20 and 25 were next processors. But SD 650 and and 652 were in Feb 2015, almost 2years!
Anonymous, 02 Dec 2016No. Helio x20 doesn't have heating issue, actually each and every processor generates heat. Wh... moreOfcourse Oppo F1s will have better battery backup compared to Vivo V3Max as both comes with a 3000 mAh battery. With equal battery capacity the F1s with cheap & weak chipset and low quality HD display will always have to work less, compared to the powerful V3Max with expensive and performance orientated chipset and FullHD display. It amazes me you do not even understand this basic criterias and start comparing phones.
If you want real battery backup get a feature phone, as almost all smartphones needs to be recharged once par day.
RishiGuru, 02 Dec 2016That is because all Oppo F1s users are generally casual users. They have never experienced wha... moreHey rishiguru, you can't blame people who have bought from a company. You have no right to criticize them or underestimate them, okay! You can talk technically but cant blame them. I warn you If you again do this, I will complain to gsmarena. Only oppo users and people who want to use it should comment here. Not those who don't have or not willing to have should go to their favorite phone page and comment there. Don't mislead others with objectionable way. Those who agree with me please comment
Anonymous, 02 Dec 2016I agree. Nothing to shout about other than its camera. 99% of the comments here only talk abou... moreThat is because all Oppo F1s users are generally casual users. They have never experienced what real performance is. High end games will be very choppy to play in F1s, courtesy its weak MT6750 chipset. It also comes with a big, low quality display which is not even FullHD.
Bought this phone and use for few months... Gps weak, cant receive call, weak signal, slow capture camera in night,the basic function is sucks. Only one good thing is it wont lag but got heat problem.
RishiGuru, 02 Dec 2016To remind you both F1s & V5 comes with a crap, pesky and super cheap MediaTek MT6750 SoC w... moreNo. Helio x20 doesn't have heating issue, actually each and every processor generates heat. What matters is how much, and how it is handled by the smartphone. More powerful processor doesn't necessarily heat up more. Like SD 820 is not heating but it is a successor to 810 which had heating issue. It all depends on architecture and mobile's heat handling technology. SD 652 is a powerful processor, although not battery efficient but this problem can be handled by software optimisation, which vivo didn't give in v3 Max but oppo did with both f1s and f1 plus. F1s performs perfect, battery efficient doesn't heat up. Both processors are made of 28 no tech. But optimisation is excellent in f1s which v3 Max couldnt. And one thing, we don't want to be reminded, okay! Never think yourself as smartest guy in the world. We can buy smart phones according to our own preference. We don't need knowledge from you to buy a smartphone.
The phone's a few days old with me and I noticed the upper displays are overlapping, especially the clock and the battery percent portion...does anybody have the same problem?
the new oppo fis 64gb(rom) & 4gb (ram) possible to update android 6 ( marshmallow)
Anonymous, 30 Nov 2016vivo v5 and v3 max are more better than this phone i'm owning v3max,oppo f1 plus. oppo f1plus ... moreI agree. Nothing to shout about other than its camera. 99% of the comments here only talk about how awesome F1s camera is. They never talk about its below average performance. How many of you had played Asphalt 8 in high setting without any noticeable lags or hangs? Yup. You know the answer to that.
bikerboyraj, 03 Aug 2016I'm confused btw Oppo F1s and Moto G4+ Which one should i buy?Oppo f1s for sure..
Anonymous, 01 Dec 2016Oh, common man, I don't care youbelieve or not but I have tested all three and f1s was a lot ... moreTo remind you both F1s & V5 comes with a crap, pesky and super cheap MediaTek MT6750 SoC which performance wise is one of the weakest SoC around. It is so weak that it do not even support 1080p/ FullHD resolution. And you are comparing this pathetic SoC with the mighty Snapdragon 652 SoC of V3Max. A powerful SoC gets heat just like a super car generates more heat, but it also generates more power and is designed to withstand the heat. Just like a Helios X10 or X20 will generate more heat than this peasky MT6750 of F1s.