Oppo F7 First Impressions and Hands-On Preview, Oppo F7 At First Glance …

If you are planning to buy a new Android smartphone this year, be prepared for the 'notch' being given today. Actually, on the lines of Apple iPhone X, now every other smartphone is being given a notch. Even in Android P, different types of display cut-out users will be seen. Vivo V9 was the first Android smartphone launched in India, in which Nokia was given. Oppo launched the F7 with Notch in India for Rs 21,990. This phone will soon replace the Oppo F5 and other F Series smartphones. The F7 comes equipped with a real-time HDR capability of 25 megapixels. Also, there are second gen AI beauty, AR sticker.

We spent some time with the new Oppo F7 at the launch event held in Mumbai. How did we like this mid range smartphone at first glance, let us know …

Oppo F7 with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage is available in bright solar red and moonlight silver color variants. Both color variants have a back panel at the back. Glass is not provided. The rest of the body is plastic and the finish is better. We tried to make some mark with the SIM extracting pin to know whether the scratch would come. We found that if the phone is placed in a bag in which something sharp has come out, then the phone can be broken with scratches. Especially when you have not put the phone in the cover. The phone feels light. The display has a black border, which makes it different from the rest of the phone.

Talking about the screen, the Oppo F7 has a 6.23 inch 19: 9 aspect ratio display. It is also Full HD Plus. Together, the user already gets a screen guard in the phone. Brightness levels are better and viewing angles are not bad either. However, we have to see how effective the phone's display is in the open sun. It does not have a notification LED, as this feature is being given in most phones. It has a cut for the front camera and earphones. Button replacement is better but we were a bit disappointed to see the micro-USB port. Looking at the price of the phone, we could not understand why it was given.

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Oppo F7 Solar Red Variant

We got just a single camera in the back, which does not allow for dual cameras to be missed. Despite its phone front and rear camera portrait mode. Supports the MediaTek Helio P60 Octa Core Processor in Oppo F7. The processor will be given 64 GB storage with 4 GB RAM and 128 GB storage with 6 GB RAM. Let us know that the version with more storage will be available in solar red color. Whereas, diamond black color option for 4 GB and 6 GB variants The diamond black version has been enabled to deliver the diamond cut effect. However, this is the company's 'trick', which will surely tempt many. In terms of design, it is the H Reminds Isi, which used 3D surface with the HTC Diamond.

Within a short time we tried to hand over 4 GB of handsets and 6 GB version. Both were working fast. ColorOS 5.0 based on Android 8.1 Oreo is good to watch. However, we cannot say that we liked the feel and look of the app icon. With the toggle switch, notifications can be easily seen by swiping upwards. Screen recording has been given along with the OS itself. Whenever you are using video or game in landscape mode, you can easily swipe to the left and do things like screen recording and mute notifications.

The most important aspect of the handset is the front camera, which the company has It is said that many AI features have been added to the new camera app. The real time HDR feature is working fine but it gives a slight delay after giving command to the shutter button. The new AI Beauty 2.0 claims that it recognizes 296 facial recognition points. Also, the neck and shoulders also remain in its sight. Like the rest of the phone, the back camera is equipped with more megapixels. It has wide aperture f / 1.8, which also includes the promise of better photography in low light.