We already know that Oppo is making the F1s official next week, on August 3 to be precise. This will be the Chinese company's next smartphone focused on selfies, and it's going to sport a 16 MP front-facing camera. It's also got a fingerprint scanner embedded in a physical Home button underneath the screen.
And now some leaked press renders are doing the rounds online, showing the Oppo F1s in all its glory. The design is different compared to the F1, but it's still got a metal construction.
Anticipating the launch taking place in a few days, Oppo's arms in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam have all published promo videos for the F1s on their official YouTube channels. The Malaysian video can be seen below.
The phone will reportedly come with a 16 MP camera on the rear too, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, dual-SIM functionality, and a 3,075 mAh battery. Other specs aren't out at this point, but like its predecessor we expect the F1s to be a mid-range device, and not a top of the line offering.