AnonD-595251, 15 Jul 2017One Thing they don't won't you to know --> OPPO's batteries wear out sooner than you think.... moreWith the amount of overheating that goes on in Sony phones, your theoretical 800 cycles become 200 cycles in practice.
big company but couldn't afford to bring type C USB port into its latest model. What a bummer.
" The Oppo R11 looks like the One Plus 5! " Which looks like Galaxy S7, which looks like Apple iPhone whatever.
In many areas it's better than OP5. Now that's a real disappoint for people who own op5 like me as parent company is same and there is interference between sister companies. Which means one plus intentionally compromised on some parameters. Now even Honor 8 pro is giving better value for money than OP5.
Satya, 16 Jul 2017No accurate display.. Why OPPO.. Why? That mars the whole smartphone experience..The display isn't good enough? It's better than in some flagships.
can anyone make a new antenna line design?
Microusb is a shortcoming
No accurate display.. Why OPPO.. Why? That mars the whole smartphone experience..
Hello iphone ripoff. It's truly disgusting how oppo and vivo are getting away with blatant copying of apple's design. It's already bad enough that the iphone design itself lacks creativity. It's even worse that there's much more of it going around now. It's pathetic.
hi gsmarena, could you have a selfie shootout between oppo r11, vivo v5 plus, oppo f3 plus and sony xa1 ultra?
and still no OIS
AnonD-510275, 15 Jul 2017What is DeltaE? Not sure. It's written on the review though.
I guess it is the deviation from the reference point to the actual color that the device is displaying.
The camera samples are really good. Lots of details even in low light situation. The selfie looks great too and again I'm amazed at the level of details. Very impressive!
Shame about Oppos blatant disregard for the GOAL by not releasing kernel source. It's also a shame how GSMArena doesn't mention that in the review.
AnonD-510275, 15 Jul 2017What is DeltaE? From ColorWiki:
Unit of measure that calculates and quantifies the difference between two colors -- one a reference color, the other a sample color that attempts to match it -- based on L*a*b* coordinates.
A Delta E of 1 or less between two colors that are not touching one another is barely perceptible by the average human observer; a Delta E between 3 and 6 is typically considered an acceptable match in commercial reproduction on printing presses. (Note: Human vision is more sensitive to color differences if two colors actually touch each other.)
The higher the Delta E, the greater the difference between the two samples being compared.
One Thing they don't won't you to know --> OPPO's batteries wear out sooner than you think. it's around 400-500 charge cycles or sometimes less. SAMSUNG around 600 cycles. Only SONY's & HUAWEI's batteries gives you around 800 charge cycles and 80% performance even after that #fact