At the disposal of Internet sources was quite detailed information about the technical characteristics of the mid-range smartphone Oppo F19s, the announcement of which is expected in the near future.
It is reported that the device will receive a design called Oppo Glow Design, which could mean an anti-reflective coating on the back with a sparkling finish. The thickness will be 7.95 mm, weight – 175 g.
The device will be equipped with a 6.43-inch Full HD + display, made using AMOLED technology. The front 16-megapixel camera based on the Sony IMX471 sensor will be located in a small hole in the screen.
The rear camera will receive a three-component design: a 48-megapixel main sensor, a 2-megapixel sensor for capturing information about the depth of the scene and a 2-megapixel macro module.
There is no information about the type of processor, but we know that the amount of RAM will be 6 GB. Power will be provided by a rechargeable battery with a capacity of 5000 mAh with support for fast 33-watt charging. The Low Battery SMS function will automatically send a notification about the current location of the device to a pre-specified number in case of a low battery level.
The smartphone will ship with ColorOS 11.1 operating system based on Android 11.
Oppo and Xiaomi are more and more rising in the premium segment
Counterpoint analysts analyzed the smartphone market and came to the conclusion that in the second quarter, Apple’s share in the premium segment was 57% versus 48% a year earlier. The company owes this success to the iPhone 12 line . Note that analysts mean devices with a price tag above $ 400 by the premium segment.
“Silver” in the premium class belongs to Samsung, whose share was 17% in the second quarter of 2021. And this is 5% lower than in the same period last year. Analysts attribute the drop to the fact that the number of offers in the company’s range has decreased.
Despite the fact that Huawei is a “downed pilot”, it managed to keep the third line in the ranking. Its share in the second quarter of 2021 was only 6%, while a year earlier this figure was almost three times higher – 17%. The Chinese market allowed the company to grab onto the premium segment; where its devices are still relevant and in demand.
Xiaomi and Oppo demonstrated active growth in the premium class. The former managed to increase its share to 6% against 4% in the second quarter of last year. Oppo added 3% to its 2% a year earlier.
Other companies are slowly catching up to the top of the largest manufacturers in the class of premium devices. So, Oppo became the third in North America, behind Apple and Samsung. Motorola managed to break into the three largest in the Latin American market; where the concern from Cupertino and the South Korean giant also dominate.