As far as the latest smartphone from Oppo is concerned, this smartphone will be named as the Oppo F7 and the smartphone will be the latest flagship smartphone from Oppo in its F series of smartphones. Now, we have come official confirmation regarding this smartphone. The picture showcases apparently an Indian cricketer, likely the new brand ambassador, holding the new smartphone.
The Oppo F7, interestingly, looks very similar to the Oppo R15 that may launch in China soon.
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Notably, Oppo had launched the selfie-centric Oppo F5 in India past year and now it is directly launching the F7 as F5's successor skipping the F6.
The OPPO F7 will be successor to the OPPO F5 that was launched in India just last November.
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Oppo is launching a new smartphone which will have a iPhone X like notch and will be a full screen display in the model of F7. Oppo has replaced the brand embassador for their F series phones and it could be the Indian Cricketer, Hardik Pandya. The report was also accompanied by a render of the smartphone. The report also states that the Oppo F7 will come with a 6.2-inch FHD+ display with an impressive screen-to- body-ratio of 89.09 percent. There are speculations that the phone may feature a 25MP front camera with AI capabilities to enhance the quality of selfies and it can be true as the device is expected to be a selfie-focused one. The Oppo F7 will retain the 3.5mm headphone jack and micro USB port.
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