Oppo F7 with display notch teased ahead of March 26 launch

Oppo F7 To Launch In India On 26th March, Features Full-Screen Display With A Notch

Oppo F7 To Launch In India On 26th March, Features Full-Screen Display With A Notch

Oppo is all set to launch its next flagship smartphone in India called the Oppo F7 latest this month. Oppo has taken to Twitter to tease the upcoming flagship smartphone in India alleged to be the successor to the Oppo F5, which was launched in November past year.

Like every year, Oppo is teasing the selfie camera on the Oppo F7, and it will be an industry's first 25MP shooter, succeeding the Vivo V7's 24MP selfie shooter. Company recently posted a teaser image from its official twitter India account featuring the upcoming smartphone with a caption- "Make way for the all-new #OPPOF7 now with an awesome notch screen". The picture showcases apparently an Indian cricketer, likely the new brand ambassador, holding the new smartphone. So, one can expect the launch on the same date. The mobile looks similar to R15 which was teased by the company and soon be released in China. While Vivo is yet to share any details of this smartphone, live images that have leaked online reveal that this phone will come with iPhone X-like notch up top. Oppo has replaced the brand embassador for their F series phones and it could be the Indian Cricketer, Hardik Pandya.


As mentioned earlier, a recent report shed light on some of the key specifications of the Oppo F7. The report further added that the Oppo F7 might arrive with a tall 6.2-inch FHD+ display with an aspect ratio of 19:9 and a screen-to-body ratio of 89.09%. A highlight of the phone is its 25-megapixel front camera.

Moreover, The Economic Times also says that the F7 will feature an enhanced beauty mode, improved real-time HDR, and, AR stickers.

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