The wide-angle selfies you take with an 8MP camera. For high-resolution solo shots, you get a 16MP main camera (with a regular field of view). The main camera on the back borrows the hardware from the R9s - a 1/2.8” Sony IMX398 sensor behind a bright f/1.7 aperture. There’s Dual Pixel autofocus plus a dual-tone LED flash on board as well.
The similarities continue - the Oppo F3 Plus has a “six string” antenna, meaning it has aesthetically pleasing antenna lines with solid reception.
The new phone is bigger than the R9s, though, it has a sizable 6” screen on the front with sub-2mm bezels on the side. It’s a 1080p screen guarded by Gorilla Glass 5. The battery is larger too - 4,000mAh capacity promises great battery life while VOOC charge will fill it back up lickety-split.
The larger battery allowed Oppo to go for a more powerful chipset - a Snapdragon 653 - which features four Cortex-A72 cores (+ four A53), similar to the top dogs (though built on a less efficient 28nm process). The chipset is hooked up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage (expandable). Android 6.0 Marshmallow has been painted with Color OS 3.0, Oppo’s latest custom software.
The phone is definitely coming out in India, when and for how much is yet to be revealed. The official announcement is coming in tomorrow - what we have here is a case of a page going up prematurely. Hopefully the event will fill us in on those details. We should also see the F3 Plus' smaller brother then - the Oppo F3.
Update: The page has since been removed, which further confirms that it's a case of someone jumping the gun rather than a planned action. It should be back tomorrow when the phone goes official.
...What are you even saying? Is this just a poorly worded paid for comment by an OPPO employment?
Its a fantastic phone my blessing will always be with you oppo care so make so many oppo phones and be famous i will always bless for u because I have also a oppo phone and that is A37f i love it more than me because its a managing phone i cant imagi...