Oppo R9 specifications leak once again before launch


oppo r9

First TENAA and now these official looking marketing slides, the full specs of the Oppo R9 are now out in the open so what do you think.

While the first TENAA leaks gave us some number to go off, this new marketing image for the Oppo R9 fill in the detailed specifications of the latest camera smartphone from Oppo.

While the R9 isn’t the Find 9 that we were hoping for, the slender design and gold colour options are sure to appeal to certain buyers.

Oppo R9 specifications include a new fingerprint scanner location on the chin of the phone, and a compact body of 151.8 x 74.3 x 6.6mm at a weight of only 145g.

Not being a flagship phone the chipset is an octacore Snapdragon 652 with 4GB RAM, 64GB internal memory, dual SIM slots, and a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 display. Camera specifications are a 13 mega-pixel front sensor and a 16 mega-pixel rear.

As you can see from the image colour look like there are limited to just gold a rose gold for now.

oppo r9

If the 5.5-inch R9 is too small, the R9+ will have a larger 6-inch display and is reported to have front and rear 16 mega-pixel cameras.

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2 Comments

  1. jimberkas
    March 14, 2016

    speaking of the Find 9, oppo is selling the old but still pretty good Find 7a for a paltry $127
    http://oppostyle.com/find-7a-flash-sale

    I really wanted this phone when it first came out, but coloros and mediocre battery life kept me away. but at this low price, i might give it a try

    • Alexis T
      March 14, 2016

      Hi,

      Beeing a F7A user since April 2014, i can assure you its a good buy.

      Battery Life was a problem at launch but was greatly improved by successive updates of ColorOS. Now i can use my phone with 4G ON / Sync Auto for a full working day without any problem.

      ColorOS is mostly OK, but i don’t know which ROM you prefere so i can’t tell you much about it. I’m using chinese COlorOS for it beeing updated more often then ITL version and i never felt the need of using any 3rd party ROM like CM or AOSP.

      Have fun