This year OPPO has launched its newest Selfie Expert smartphone in India under the name F7. You could say this smartphone has an increase in hardware specifications, features, and hardware compared to OPPO F5. It can be said that F7 brings something better than the previous generation.
In addition, the performance and camera capabilities of OPPO F7 are far better than those of OPPO F5. For that, for those of you who are curious about everything about OPPO F7, you can see the information as follows:
The superior features of OPPO F5 are on a 25 MP front camera with an f / 2.0 aperture and artificial intelligence or Artificial Intelligence (AI) so that they can determine the best photo results that their users will have. Even this feature is able to distinguish beauty effects for men or women.
Not only is the front camera good, the back camera of this smartphone is quite interesting with a 16 MP resolution, f / 1.8 aperture, Auto-focus Phase Detection, and LED Flash that can produce good photos.
OPPO has embedded the MediaTek Helio P60 Octa-core 2 GHz chipset, RAM with a choice of 4GB or 6GB, and internal storage with a choice of 64GB or 128GB which can be added to microSD up to 256GB. With this combination can make the smartphone run smoothly to run many heavy applications or games.
Although the fingerprint sensor is pinned to the back, OPPO F5 users can still easily reach it. Even OPPO claims that this sensor can detect fingerprints very quickly.
As an alternative to fingerprint sensors, OPPO has also embed the Face Unlock feature which makes it easy for users to unlock smartphones just by facing their faces in front of the smartphone.
Thanks to the combination of the MediaTek Helio P60 chip-set with 12nm process technology and a 3,400 mAh battery, it can make a single smartphone last. Despite its high performance, thanks to its efficiency, it makes this smartphone a battery saver.
OPPO F7 uses Color OS 5.0 based on Android 8.0 Oreo which has an attractive interface and features. There is an assertive ball to accelerate navigation, navigation gestures to run the back, home, and recent buttons using hand movements.