The Android smartphone Oppo F3 Plus has appeared on the well-known reference portal GFXBench. Not physically, of course, but its technical characteristics, showing most of the hardware specifications (undoubtedly the most interesting for most users). Thus we have been able to know that the new Android smartphone of the Chinese company will promote in a very particular way the taking of selfies, thanks to a dual front camera, something rarely seen in the market, given the level of quality of the secondary sensors (in contrast to the main ones).
Oppo F3 Plus | Specifications
- Display: 6 inches Full HD;
- CPU: Snapdragon 653;
- GPU: Adreno 510;
- RAM: 4 GB;
- Internal memory: 64 GB expandable through microSD;
- Rear Camera: 16 megapixel with Dual-Tone LED Flash;
- Front Camera: 8 megapixels + 16 megapixels;
- Weight: 185 grams;
- Battery: 4,000 mAh with SuperCharge;
- Operating system: Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow customized with ColorOS.
Seen in this way, we can confirm its location within the segment of phablets, a category where the Chinese manufacturer offers a catalog rich in products. Apart from the presence of the double camera in the front, it is also interesting to check the amount of RAM (4 GB) and the battery (4,000 mAh).
Despite the presence of Android Marshmallow, the commercialized version may count directly with Android Nougat on board. This may be due to the release date, although the GFXBench images show other information, perhaps outdated.
As far as the aesthetic part is concerned, we know absolutely nothing. However, a unibody aluminum body can be expected, a feature that has become a trademark of Oppo. If all goes according to plan, next week we will witness the introduction of F3 Plus, the new high-end Android phablet from the Chinese company.