Oppo F7 with notch and 25MP selfie cam leaks, to launch in India in March

Oppo’s launched its first 18:9 aspect ratio phone, the Oppo F5 in November. Now, less than five months after its launch, leaked teasers of the Oppo F7 have crept up on bloggerverse. The leaked image looks nothing short of an official render as it clearly reveals the frontal fascia.

OPPO R15 Dream Mirror Edition, Oppo F7
This is how the Oppo F7 will look like from the back


We’re hardly surprised at the above renders of the Oppo F7 with a notch. At this point, we’re surprised if phones come without notches. According to this exclusive report from The Economic Times, the Oppo F7 will have a 6.2-inch screen with Full-HD+ resolution. Apparently, the upcoming Oppo R15 also sports the same 6.2-inch display. Now, that’s a good coincidence, isn’t it? The screen-to-body ratio is 89.09%, which is good if you like thin bezels, as per the report.

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Also, the report states that the Oppo F7 will feature a 25MP front camera. Oppo has always marketed its phones as selfie experts, so this is no surprise. Nor is it a surprise that it will make use of AI features to make you look better than you are. Other extras include real-time HDR, enhanced beauty mode, and AR stickers. The Oppo F7 rear end has not been shown, hence we don’t know how the back end looks like. However, the handset should come with a dual camera as well as a fingerprint reader like the Oppo R15.

The Oppo F5 had two variants, a 4GB and a 6GB one. Expect the same to happen with the Oppo F7. The leaked image shows a Red colour but there will probably be a Black and a Gold one as well. According to the source, the MediaTek-toting Oppo F7 will launch between March 28 to 30.

Meanwhile, the Oppo R15 could launch any day now as it passed TENAA and is being heavily promoted in China. It is expected to feature a MediaTek Helio P60. We can imagine Oppo rebranding the same phone as the Oppo F7 outside of China.

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