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REVIEW: OPPO F3 PLUS
OPPO has smartly introduced two versions to make a dent in both the high and mid-range market, and the makers don’t disappoint one bit. Ok, nothing is perfect but then being good is like becoming an alternative to perfection.
The 16 megapixel Rear can do two things which selfie lovers will definitely take a liking when self-obsessed or with the group they want to click with the help of 120 degrees WIDE angel mode.
It’s also a 16 megapixel and does whatever is expected from it without any glitch.
What’s heartening to notice is that companies are making sure, even if one side of the camera is being stressed in publicity, the other camera is also given all that is needed to make it a complete package.
The Resolution of 1080×1920 in this 6-inch display is sharp crisp and pleasing to the eyes.
Robust 1.95 GHZ Octa Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 is apt and handles whatever is loaded.
4GB RAM with internal space of 64 GB expandable to 256, thus you have a lot of selfies as time goes by.
On a 6 inch phone 4000mah battery, is a sigh of relief because on big screens nothing less will be satisfaction bringing.
VOOC Fast Charging:
Is another of companies strong points which they swear upon. If the company is to be believed charging the phone even when using heavy duty stuff is a cake walk.
Secondly, Low Voltage keeps the phone internals cool even when doing gaming etc.
With an advanced Hydrophobic Membrane?
Ok for layman’s sensibilities even if the fingers are moist, the sensor works as smoothly as when dry.
185 grams for a screen size is not that heavy but balanced, in fact, has to be to give a good grip.
No NFC (ok in India it’s still not got what it takes to make it a daily usage but still it has in it to go big so why to give it a miss)
NO FM (Now why are handsets being not having this free for all facility, we at GD though not throwing accusations just a guess maybe Downloading has to be promoted more?)
SHOULD YOU BUY IT?
There is a Big YES but also a caution as we at GD always say pros and cons come in combo.
But what OPPO has done this time is what should be the norm giving two versions, 6 inches and 5.5 inches to satisfy both people who prefer phablets and for those whose hands can’t hold beyond 5.5inch and mind you, there are many.