The new Oppo F7 is all set to hit the Indian markets. But is it worth it? And what are the Pros and Cons of Oppo F7? This review should help you in knowing the ins and outs of the Oppo F7.
Pros and Cons of Oppo F7
Like any other smartphone, looking at the Pros and Cons of Oppo F7 will help us to settle our minds whether to buy it or not. The phone is being launched on Monday, Oppo F7 takes all the good things from Find 7a and builds upon them. It truly shows the amount of effort Oppo has put into its product. Have said much, let’s have a peek at the Pros and Cons of Oppo F7.
The Oppo F7 sports a 6.23-inch full HD+ (2210 x 1080 pixels) screen with a 19:9 aspect ratio. The screen can also display 16M colors with an IPS LCD capacitive screen. The screen is also a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 unlike the Gorilla Glass 3 in Find 7a.
The design is premium and very well built. The phone shows off a unibody metallic design into which the camera and the fingerprint sensor are cut out beautifully. This also another phone that conforms to the ‘notch-trend’ in Android phones these days. It is also a bezel-less display and is available in Solar Red, Moonlight Silver and Diamond Black.
The phone excels in the camera department especially when it comes to the front sensor. There’s a 25-MP selfie camera located at the notch which can click selfies in all lighting conditions. All sorts of enhancements are also offered including AI Selfie and AI Beauty Technology 2.0. On the rear, there’s just a single 16M-MP sensor with a f/1.8 aperture.
In terms of performance, the phone packs in MediaTek Helio p60 and an octa-core processor. The processor comes in two RAM variants of 4GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB. Good multitasking and gaming performance can be expected out of this phone. The phone also runs on Android 8.0 (Oreo) OS.
The Oppo F7 comes with a Non-removable Li-Ion 3400 mAh Battery, which is much average to what other phones in the same price range offer. A good amount of social-networking, multimedia, and even calling can leave easily leave you with a drained battery.
Another disadvantage about the phone is that it does not come with stock Android out of the box. Bas mentioned earlier, it comes with a Colour OS 5.0 based on Android 8.0 Oreo. If you are a stock Android lover, you might not be fully pleased with the additional customizations offered by Colour OS.
4GB RAM priced at Rs 21,999 and 6GB RAM costing RS 26,990, has will be the first phone that Oppo will be selling via flash sales. Though it has its own Pros and Cons, the phone definitely has some great features to offer. And this, in turn, assures us that the Oppo F7 would certainly be a great addition to the flagship lines of Oppo.