Oppo F1 A perfect selfie can be taken with the help of wide aperture and some easy software tricks from the front camera of the smartphone. Today in our review we will know that this smartphone is a selfie based phone. asus And how different from other brands.
look and design
Talking about the body and design of the phone, the F1 looks great. With the metal body look, it gives the feel of a premium smartphone. The phone is very light with a weight of 134 grams. The phone fits in the hand very easily. Buttons are precisely positioned with easy grip. The volume rocker and power button are placed on separate sides and work fine.
Talking about the front part of the phone, the 5-inch HD IPS display gives good colors in indoor but the screen is not so clear in sunlight. The phone has Corning Gorilla Glass for protection. There is also a notification LED on the top right corner, capacitive buttons for navigation at the bottom (without backlight).
Oppo F1 has a 13-megapixel sensor camera with LED flash and aperture F / 2.2. The speaker grille is at the bottom. The phone has a non-removable 2500 mAh battery. Oppo F1 is available in Gold and Rose Gold color variants. On the right side is the hybrid SIM tray of the phone which means you will have the option to choose between a second SIM and a microSD card.
Talking about the physical features of the phone, we did not find any shortage in it. Oppo has designed the phone in a better way. The visibility of the phone’s display in daylight could have been improved and the backlight in the navigation buttons could have made this phone even better. With the Oppo F1, you will get a standard 5W charger, a silicone case, a headset and a booklet. All the accessories that come with the phone have good quality except the headset.
Specifications and software
Oppo F1 smartphone is one of the few phones to come in the market, in which the first Snapdragon 615 processor was given. This new octa-core processor from Qualcomm is almost like the Snapdragon 615 processor but its clock speed is slightly higher.
Apart from this, this smartphone also has 3 GB RAM and 16 GB onboard storage. The storage can be expanded up to 128 GB with the help of microSD card. 4G VoLTE support has been provided in the phone on bands 1, 3 and 40. Talking about connectivity, features like Wi-Fi b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.0, USB OTG, FM radio and GPS have been provided. NFC support is not present in the phone.
Oppo F1 smartphone has been given Android Lollipop. The phone has a single layer interface that can be customized with different themes and effects. Apart from this, this Oppo smartphone also has a security center for monitoring data usage, freeing up memory, O-Cloud for backing up contacts and messages, Kingsoft Office for working on documents and spreadsheets, and Theme Store for customizing the phone. Options are given.
The general performance of the Oppo F1 smartphone is very good. The interface works smoothly and there was no problem in the app even during multitasking. The phone works well on 4G and has been good most of the time. But the phone gets hot when using the camera during continuous video playback and video recording. We also did not face any problem in the call quality of the phone.
The benchmark figures of the phone were decent. There was no problem even during the game in the phone. There was no problem with the phone even during games like Dead Trigger 2 and Alto Adventure. On an average, 2 GB RAM is available for the app in the phone.
The headset that comes with the Oppo F1 is of poor quality and does not fit well in the ear. But the audio quality of the phone is excellent. There is no software to enhance the audio in the phone. The rear speaker is loud enough for alerts, but since it’s not a stereo speaker, it’s not fun while watching movies.
With the 13-megapixel camera of Oppo F1, we got clear and detailed pictures in daylight. The detailing of the pictures looked good even in indoor light. But the pictures taken in low light were not very clear. We encountered the same problem with videos recorded in low light. Many other camera modes have been given in the phone including Expert Mode, Slow Shutter and HDR.
The most important feature of Oppo F1 is its front camera. The 8 megapixel front camera with more aperture than the rear camera is great. Selfies taken from the phone in both natural and artificial light come with a lot of detail but in low light the quality gets a bit bad. Oppo has included some new features so that people can take better selfies.
The phone’s battery lasted for 8 hours 53 minutes during our video loop test, which is pretty good considering the 2500 mAh battery. At the same time, during normal use on 4G, we needed to charge the battery only after a day. But there is no fast charging support in the phone, due to which the phone takes a long time to charge.
Oppo F1 is a great phone at a price of Rs 15,990. The overall performance of the phone is good. The design and build of the phone is good. The general performance of the phone is also fine and in almost every kind of light, both the rear and front cameras get better quality pictures. The battery life of the phone is also very good. The phone could have been better if Oppo had provided NFC and navigation buttons with backlight in the phone.