Four months after the launch of their OPPO F5, OPPO has been rumored to release a new model in 2018. Well, these rumors seem to be true because we’ve spotted a huge billboard featuring an “OPPO F7” at the facade of SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City! While we’re seeing a lot of articles online about leaked specs from other countries, it’s best to get the updates straight from OPPO Philippines. Well, here’s what we got so far:
OPPO is set to introduce the new F7, as the latest addition to its famous Selfie Expert series this April 2018. Packed with a 6.23” FHD+ Super Full Screen display, F7 strengthens the company’s leadership position as the Selfie Expert among young people everywhere.
The 6.23” Super Full Screen display of the OPPO F7 gives an astonishing 89.09% screen to body ratio. Despite a larger screen, the OPPO F7 still carries a footprint of a 5.5” smartphone, making it easy to carry as it fits just right in your palm. Having a 2280 x 1080 resolution, the F7’s larger screen ensures a more immersive and vivid experience during gaming or simple browsing.
“This April will surely be a big month for OPPO, and we encourage everyone to stay tuned as we reveal more details of the OPPO F7 and its innovative features soon,” said Eason de Guzman, OPPO Philippines’ Public Relations Manager.
More than just a bigger screen, the F7 will feature an innovative multi-tasking gesture to quickly do responses in social messaging apps, screenshots, or even screen recording. Using this method, OPPO maximizes the opportunity for the notch and gives more value to customers.
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