Anonymous, 21 Nov 2016Ugh I'm so confused! Is an oppo f1s better than the f1plus? I want a phone that looks and is r... moreVivo X7. Iphone-ish all the way down to software. Very extremely IOS-ish too.
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2016Ugh I'm so confused! Is an oppo f1s better than the f1plus? I want a phone that looks and is r... moreits better u take oppo f1s rather than f1plus cause u can compare them with their price....
AnonD-612467, 21 Nov 2016how check model in dead mobile I recommend the Meizu Note 3, cheap but good.
Ugh I'm so confused! Is an oppo f1s better than the f1plus? I want a phone that looks and is really similar to an iPhone Dx what phone do u guys recommend
Great built quality.. but creepy hardware at high price..
I recommend meizu m3s same hardware and looking for cheap price...
heating issues and battery draining like hell .. and front 16 isnt even 16
cant play games they lagging
Just Sold it ..
dont buy this phone.. Go for lenovo, moto and xiaomi in same price
Azsefhjfdkk, 18 Nov 2016How about the Rear camera performance of this phone????
if anyone use oppo f 1s,,,
pleas... moreGsmarena review:
Overall image quality is good. The Oppo F1s produces shots with an acceptable level of detail, but sadly it is far from the level of precision we saw from the F1 Plus. The hardware looks to be the same on paper, but something went wrong with the whole camera experience. Unlike its more expensive sibling, the F1s struggles to maintain sharpness around the corners. Also, instead of oversaturating colors, this time around they are quite toned down, perhaps even a bit dull.
But probably the biggest issues the F1s has is its unreliable auto exposure. This is an area in which we praised the F1 Plus, but this phone often struggles with exposure and can't seem to make up its mind for subsequent shots. You can still get the perfect shot in Expert mode, but in Auto you occasionally end up with a series of different looking shots of the same thing because of the way the Auto setting vary from shot to shot.
The Oppo F1s still has the same issues with Panorama as its predecessors did. The overall exposure is good and so are colors and the stitching is near perfect, which all makes the shots look really nice on the phone's screen itself. However, Oppo has decided to provide a rather ambitiously high resolution, and once you zoom in on a bigger screen, the lack of fine details is readily apparent.
Oppo F1s or Asus Zenphone 3max? Almost same spec but the price of asus is much cheaper ,what do you think?