Oppo F3 Plus unveiled (unofficially) today, it’s the selfie expert we need

It seems that someone over at Oppo official website is in a hurry for tomorrow’s official launch of the most awaited Oppo F3 Plus model. Its official page was up today for a couple of hours and allowed us to get all the necessary info on the device, before it was removed a couple of minutes ago ahead of tomorrow’s official unveiling.

The new F3 Plus model comes (or will come tomorrow) as the selfie expert you’ve all wanted and it’s equipped with two front facing cameras offering 120° shots, perfect for all those selfie addicts out there. One of the dual cameras is used for wide-angle shots at 8MPixels and the other (16MPixels) can be used as a normal-regular field of view shooter. There’s also another 16MPixel camera on the back (exactly the same as the one Oppo R9S uses), with a 1/2.8” Sony IMX398 sensor and a quite impressive f/1.7 aperture, equipped with dual pixel autofocus and a dual tone LED flash.

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The Oppo F3 Plus is a tad larger than the Oppo R9S, sporting a full HD 6 inch display with 2mm bezels on each side, protected by Gorilla Glass 5 technology. It packs a quite impressive 4000 mAh battery with VOOC support for super fast re-charging speeds in case you need it. It’s equipped with a Snapdragon 653 SoC built on the 28nm process, along with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage and runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow with Color OS 3.0 UI on top.

Don’t try to visit the official page of the device today, it’s already gone offline. It will be announced tomorrow (March 23) but you already know everything there is to know, today.

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  1. NextHype
    March 22, 2017

    Dual front cam is a great idea but they should have gone for a wide angle 16MP and a normal angle 8MP. Wide angle = more scenery = more pixel needed IMHO.

    And from a more personnal POV, having a similar setup on my LG V10, i never got back to the normal angle selfie mode after having used the wide angle one. You get much better shots when you have more room to fit the subject in the scenery and create the best photo composition.

    • Cuerex
      March 23, 2017

      a higher pixel count doesn’t equal better pictures.

      smartphone cameras heavily rely on software algorythms as well