May 04, 2017 03:42 PM EDT
Oppo's recent offering to the consumer markets if their new Oppo F3 Plus device that happens to be one of the most expensive Android devices in India. It was released in April this year and the device runs the older version of Android with Marshmallow OS out of the box.
Oppo F3 Plus is a dual nano-sim smartphone that comes with a 6-inch display and a resolution of 1080p. The device is secured by a scratch-proof Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on top while the operating system is bloated with ColorOS 3.0 developed by the manufacturer.
An octa-core Snapdragon 653 processor, 4GB of RAM powered by Adreno 510 graphics can also store data internally up to a capacity of 64GB. The main talking point of the Oppo F3 Plus is its excellent 4000mAh battery providing a good display on-time. A review from BGR points out the build quality of the device which is mainly metal on the outside. This provides a good outlook as well a comfortable grip for the holder.
Oppo has used the same fast charging technology that is used by OnePlus with their Dash Charger charging the device in a little over an hour. Another report from Gizbot praises the device on time where the reviewer of the Oppo F3 Plus got an uptime of 20 hours in real-time usage environments even if it is a 1080p display.
The Oppo F3 Plus is offered with a Charging Protection System that provides a safer charging experience. The device is equipped with a front-facing fingerprint sensor while connectivity options are still limited to micro-USB standards for charging and data transfer. However, the phone also supports USB On-the-go.
Camera specifications of Oppo F3 Plus include a rear-facing 16MP sensor capable of taking pictures in low lighting conditions thanks for f/1.7 aperture options. A front-facing secondary camera is capable of taking pictures up to a resolution of 8MP.
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