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OPPO F1s Leaks with 16MP Selfie Sensor and 3075 mAh Battery

Published on Aug 2,2016 By Liam Hems

OPPO is functioning stiff and it has become winning mobile maker in the market with its quality devices. Last year OPPO had managed to trade 50 million devices, which is quite unbelievable but the firm is still making good sales. The IHS analyst, Kevin Wang believes that OPPO has maintained the second spot in China during the second quarter of this year. 

In the second quarter, OPPO debuted 21.90 million units while Huawei sold out 32.16 million units, which clearly means OPPO is on the second number and it is ahead of Xiaomi and Vivo which managed to sell (15.22 million) and (16.41 million) devices respectively. Last year OPPO had released many devices, although OPPO R9, OPPO R9 Plus, OPPO R7, and OPPO R7 Plus are one of the best selling smartphones in the firms’ lineup.


The OPPO F1 and F1 Plus which is actually OPPO R9 but it comes with dissimilar names in the market. The device was released in India in January 2016, now it seems like a novel variant of OPPO F1 is coming. The upcoming device OPPO F1s shows off its design in a leaked picture as well it resembles its siblings. The smartphone is anticipated to launch in India on August 2, the device is wrapped in a full metal body which features a physical home button as well.


According to the rumored specifications, the OPPO F1s will feature a 5.5-inch display with 1280 x 720 resolutions; it will be powered by MediaTek’s MT6750 64-bit octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage. There will be a 3,075mAh battery which will keep the device on and the fingerprint sensor will be incorporated on its home button. The OPPO F1s is anticipated to ship with a 13 MP primary camera and 16MP selfie snapper. The design of the device isn’t confirmed so you have to wait till the company will unveil its smartphone. Stay tuned, we will notify you with all launch details about the device.

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