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The Oppo F15 is a good choice for someone who has a mid-range budget, letting them make use of all the features needed today to be fully connected. This device can even manage some of your gaming needs, up to a mid-level. The camera systems are good so your social media content creation needs can be met too. With a sleek body and two well-mixed colour schemes, the Oppo 15 is a good buy.
Good camera specs
A brand that caters to the affordable segment of the smartphone market, Oppo has a lot of options that have good specs for their price; bringing this technology to the masses. The Oppo F15 is such a device but has a great design and is in fact a tall smartphone due to the 20:9 aspect ratio. The body options are either black or white, both colours have another colour added in for a gradient or effect. With white it is lilac, making a gradient and black has lighter streaks running through it.
The F15 has the Mediatek MT6771V Helio P70 processor which has an octa-core setup, with 4 cores at 2.1 GHz and another 4 at 2.0GHz. The graphics processor is the integrated Mali G72 MP3. For the RAM Oppo went with 8GB and a storage of 128GB. The storage is the UFS 2.1 standard which is a fast operating system. These specs are ample for most tasks, including some mid-level gaming as well. In case one feels they need more storage, there is a dedicated slot for another 256GB of space.
Oppo uses Android for its smartphones and the F15 features the 9 Pie version. On top of this base is Oppo's proprietary ColorOS 6.1; giving users more customisation options so their smartphone does not feel basic in workings.
Built with a quad-lens setup for the main camera, the Oppo F15 has a 48MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide, a 2MP macro sensor and a 2MP depth sensor. With these four combined the results are very layered and the camera app also features geo-tagging, panorama, HDR, phase detection and more. The main camera can shoot video at 1080p, at a frame rate of 30fps. Selfies are shot via a 16MP sensor, again a powerful spec and the sensor is set into a notch at the top of the display.
The display is based on AMOLED technology and has 16 million colours. The size of the display is 6.4 inches with a resolution of 1080x2400p, bringing the pixels per inch to 411. It is protected by Corning's Gorilla Glass 5 so bumps and some drops are not an issue. This display is also ample enough to render your games well.
For all the latest functionality, sensors are needed to feed the smartphone with data that various apps make use of. Oppo has included an accelerometer, a compass, a gyro and a proximity sensor. With a fingerprint reader built into the display. To further functionality there is also a complete range of connectivity options such as Dual SIM, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and FM Radio. Porting is managed via a Type-C USB, which also features the USB On-the-go option. The F15 even has a 3.5mm audio jack so one can use their wired headphones with ease.
To power all this there is a 4025mAh battery, based on the Li-Polymer cell technology. This battery features VOOC Flash Charge 3.0, making your charging quick work with the right chargers.
If you have a mid-range budget the Oppo F15 is a good choice, giving you specs that can pretty much handle most tasks except for heavy games. The build quality is good too and the design is simple, giving it a sleek look.