The two new kids on the block are the Oppo R7 and Oppo R7 Plus.
Oppo has decided to release two brand new smartphones this year, in celebration of the company’s 10 year anniversary. Both smartphones were unveiled during the anniversary event held in Beijing.
The two new kids on the block are the Oppo R7 and Oppo R7 Plus. The Oppo R7 has a very fancy brushed metal design to compliment the 5-inch screen that has the standard 1080 pixel display. Most importantly though, under the hood it’s packing a pretty powerful octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor that has been clocked at a speedy 1.5Ghz and topped off with 3GB of RAM.
The rear camera will have a 16 megapixel sensor that can be operated in 0.7 seconds and has PDAF face detection, auto focusing in only 0.1 second, anti-shake optimization, and flash shot. Five new camera modes: Super GIF, Selfie Flash, Double Exposure 2.0, Gorgeous Filter and Quick Motion.
Also on deck is a 2,320mAh battery that has VOOC fast charging capacity, so it can get 2 hours of call time after only 5 minutes and 75% battery after only 30 minutes.
As for the favorite, the rear camera will have a 16 megapixel sensor that can be operated in 0.7 seconds and has PDAF face detection, auto focusing in only 0.1 second, anti-shake optimization, and flash shot. Most importantly, the five new camera modes include Super GIF, Selfie Flash, Double Exposure 2.0, Gorgeous Filter and Quick Motion.
As for the R7 Plus, this phablet is boasting the same brushed metal design, same processor and RAM, with an extra 32GB of storage and a whopping 4,100mAh battery. The 6-inch 1080 pixel display will feature 2.5D curved technology, and has a fingerprint sensor, 4G connectivity, and a brand new laser auto-focus camera packed with an RGBW sensor which gives 32% brighter images.
As if all that wasn’t enticing enough, Oppose also released ColorOS 2.1, which is a new design for all Oppo apps and the 200 most popular apps currently used in China.
Both devices are available in gold and silver in China starting tomorrow, and as of yet, there is no pricing for the UK, US, or Australia.
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