Oppo F1 Plus Review - A Worthy Flagship Camera Phone!
|Oppo F1 Plus review|
Oppo F1 Plus Specs
Unboxing / Accessories
Build Quality / Design
|Oppo F1 back (there's just a hardly noticeable camera protrusion)|
|Speaker grill, micro USB charging port, microphone, and cramped 3.5 mm jack below|
|Volume rocker at the right|
|Power button and micro hybrid slot|
|The beautiful screen of F1 Plus with slim bezels|
It's an LCD panel that looks like an AMOLED screen.
|Battery test scores|
It can reach about 75% in around 30 minutes, and gets fully charged in just a little over an hour.
|The camera at the back|
Arguably, the selfie camera of the F1 Plus is the best of what we have locally right now, a selfie lord phone.
However, we find the camera software of the lower-end Oppo F1 more feature packed. It doesn't have a default long exposure night mode, and light painting capabilities.
For videos it can shoot in 1080p in both front and back that should be decent as long as you have a tripod, but it's a shaky when handheld. It's average in that department which is acceptable enough for most.
Rear Camera Samples
|Daylight window shot|
|Normal vs HDR|
|Excellent dynamic range for a phone|
Selfie Camera Samples
|Great front camera for groufies|
|Tested selfie screen flash|
And speaking of impressive hardware, the Oppo F1 Plus can sit comfortably alongside many of today's top flagship phones from other brands. From the 4 gigs of RAM and the 64 gigs of storage, to the speedy octa-core processor and the latest version of its custom-made OS, it's bound to wow you in more ways than one.
It's also capable of running most of the modern heavy games decently.