OPPO India had tweeted about the upcoming flagship from the company, the OPPO F7 and while the first tweet was deleted, it did have the date mentioned as March 26th for the probable launch of the upcoming smartphone in India. For those of you who don't know, Oppo had secured the main sponsorship rights of the Indian cricket team past year and is now the main sponsor of the Indian Nationa Cricket Team. Last year, Oppo launched its selfie-centric flagship Oppo F5 in India and many other special variants of it.
Oppo is known for their F series smartphones which are also known as Selfie Expert. Today, Oppo India has released an official teaser of their upcoming Selfie Expert smartphone i.e. Oppo F7. But looks like Oppo is skipping the Oppo F6 and will directly launch the Oppo F7 in India.
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According to reports, the upcoming Oppo F7 will ship with a 25MP front-facing camera, which helps you to capture stunning selfies.
As per numerous reports, the Oppo F7 will have a 6.2-inch display with 19:9 aspect ratio including the notch and without the notch, the aspect ratio of the display will be 18:9. Moreover, the handset will ship with the AI-enabled front camera. The company is also reportedly planning to integrate Artificial Intelligence capabilities, to amplify the captured selfies. Running Android 8.1 Oreo with Color OS 4.0 on top, it is said to be equipped with a 25MP front-facing camera along with AI features and different modes such as HDR, improved Beauty Mode, and AR stickers. There is no any further information leaked about the phone. The device is getting launched on the coming March 26 in India and soon the company will make this device available to more mid-range markets around the world including China and other Asian countries.