At an event in New Delhi on Tuesday “Oppo,” the Chinese mobile manufacturer company has launched their latest smartphone called Oppo F1 Plus which has a 16-megapixel front camera and looks like a keen relative of an iPhone or Samsung Galaxy mobile.
A 5.5 inch Oppo F1 Plus comes in a metal unibody along with very sleek bezel likewise looks better than average on the specs front, with an octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of capacity (it can be extended with an extra 128GB through memory cards), a full HD screen, a unique finger impression sensor and a 2,850mAh battery.
Oppo F1 Plus has a 13-megapixel back cam and a 16-megapixel selfie cam on the front — yes, the front camera is quite capable, regarding megapixels than the back one. Combined with a f/2.0 gap and various changes that help the camera catch all the light it ought to bring about some truly incredible selfies, even in low light conditions.
On the off chance that the majority of that sounds recognizable, that is on the grounds that the F1 Plus is fundamentally the same gadget as the Oppo R9, dispatched a month ago in China. The distinction is that the F1 Plus will be accessible in Europe in May, and in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa not long from now but there’s no accessibility in the United States.
Every one of these treats come incredibly in a low cost as just €389 in the EU or £299 in the UK. Clients in Europe will have the capacity to order this smartphone by online once it gets accessible.