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OPPO has always been the silent player in India. Despite being in the country for a long time, the company always stayed in the bottom with the market share that is not brag-worth. However, it quickly realized the need of Indian users looking for and adopted it. This move of OPPO not just changed the company’s fate in India but also took it to the top list within 2-3 years. The company’s F-series is the most successful and keeping aside the technical terms, the phones always performed well and provided what users would want. Coming from the same F-series is the F7.
With users looking for full-screen bezel-less display; a trend that has become a rage with the launch of Galaxy S8 last year, brands are quickly adopting the same and are pushing their limits to restrict the number of bezels on all corners. The OPPO is no exception F7 either, it packs a 6.2-inches Full HD+ display and also has a top-notch just like the iPhone X. Android OEMs are embracing the notch design post the iPhone X launch just to minimize the bezels without re-designing the front camera and sensor placements. Either way, in our today’s review, we shall take a closer look at the OPPO F7 to see how good a phone it is and if it is worth the money you spend.
The OPPO F7 sports a 6.23-inches Full HD+ (2280 x 1080 pixels) 19:9 IPS display and is powered by the MediaTek Helio P60 SoC clocked at 2GHz Octa Core 12nm processor with 800 MHz ARM Mali-G72 MP3 GPU. It packs 4GB RAM with 64GB internal memory and another variant with 6GB RAM with 128GB storage that is expandable up to 256GB with microSD. It runs on Android 8.1 Oreo with ColorOS 5.0 on top.
In terms of camera, the OPPO F7 packs a 16MP rear camera with LED flash, f/1.8 aperture and a 25MP front-facing camera with f/2.0 aperture, HDR, Sony IMX576 sensor for selfies and video chat. The phone comes with a Fingerprint sensor. Connectivity features include Dual 4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11 ac (2.4GHz + 5GHz), Bluetooth 4.2, and GPS. A 3300mAh battery.
The OPPO F7 comes with glass body design that looks very premium and elegant. The 6.2-inches size despite being very big is very comfortable to hold in hands, thanks to narrow profile. The back of the phone looks stunning in that glass design. However, the side frame is entirely plastic for a comfortable grip. Since the glass back is very glossy, it attracts fingerprints very quickly making you continuously wipe it. One-handed usage is not very easy as it is hard to reach all corners of the phone even if your big hands. The phone isn’t very heavy at 158 grams so you won’t hurt your hands even after prolonged usage. The company did a good job by including plastic frame all on corners which brings good grip and hold in hands. Overall, OPPO did a fantastic job with the build quality.
Moving to placements, up front, the OPPO F7 packs a top-notch where the 25MP selfie shooter is present, along with earpiece, microphone and the usual set of sensors. The phone comes with 88% screen-to-body ratio and a 19:9 aspect ratio. The volume rockers are present on the left side, while the SIM card tray, dedicated dual SIM and microSD slots and power button are present on the right side. On the top, it has a secondary microphone for noise cancellation, and the 3.5mm audio headphone jack, main speaker grill, microUSB port, and a microphone are present on the bottom. On the back, it has a 16MP primary camera, LED flash, OPPO logo, and fingerprint sensor.
The OPPO F7 sports a 6.23-inches Full HD+ (2280 x 1080 pixels) 19:9 IPS display and there is no word on the protected glass on top. The 19:9 aspect ratio is exact dimensions as the iPhone X and much like it, the OPPO F7 too packs similar design from the front along with a top notch. The notch covers the top portion of the display to accommodate the front camera and usual sensors. It may take some time to get used to the notch but in order to bring in an impressive 88% of screen-to-body ratio. The almost bezel-less display offers fantastic experience while playing games or watching videos. The 1080p panels offer close to natural colors, and incredible viewing angles.
While it may not be an AMOLED panel, the colors and very punchy and vibrant. The brightness levels are also good; we were able to view the content on the phone. Since there is no protected glass on top, we suggest you be extra careful as the screen quality feels quite fragile. The touch response is smooth, and we didn’t notice any lags while scrolling or browsing on Chrome either. Overall, the display of the OPPO F7 is very impressive and has nothing to complain.
The OPPO F7 is powered by the MediaTek Helio P60 SoC clocked at 2GHz Octa Core 12nm processor with 800 MHz ARM Mali-G72 MP3 GPU and 4GB RAM. Helio P60 is relatively a very new chipset from MediaTek, and it is quite powerful. The device was able to handle everything we threw at it right from your essential tasks to high-end gaming and multitasking. Apps opened up quick, and they don’t take much time to load either. MediaTek powered phone get blamed for slight heating issues. However, that is not the case with the OPPO F7. During our testing period, we didn’t notice any heating or warming issues regardless of our use cases. Since the interface is very heavily themed, there are occasional hiccups here and there, but nothing to be worried.
Moving to gaming, we played games ranging from Asphalt 8, Nova 3, PUBG, Need for Speed and many more. We didn’t notice any frame drops or sluggishness in rendering graphics either. Gameplay was mostly smooth and lag free. However, on continuous gaming, the device tends to slow down a little, but then again, it is most common on most smartphones in this budget segment. The OPPO F7 comes with a Fingerprint sensor present on the rear side, and it unlocks the device almost instantly. You can register up to 5 fingers. Additionally, the phone also comes with Face Unlock which is also fast enough, but don’t take it for granted regarding security as it is not as secure as the iPhone X’s FaceID. Overall, the performance of the OPPO F7 is quite impressive and does live up to the expectations.
The OPPO F7 features a 16MP rear camera with LED flash, f/1.8 aperture and a 25MP front-facing camera with f/2.0 aperture, HDR, Sony IMX576 sensor for selfies and video chat. The camera is accompanied by features like real-time High Dynamic Range (HDR) sensor, AI Beauty 2.0 and also has AR (Augmented Reality) Stickers for selfies. The camera also has features like portrait mode both on front and rear. Moving to the camera performance, the device can click good images with ample amount of lighting and colors. The picture looks sharp with decent details. The dynamic range is pretty impressive too, thanks to the A.I, the color rendering is again on point. Even in slightly rough conditions and low-lighting, the images clicked on the OPPO F7 are satisfactory. Though it doesn’t feature dual-rear cameras, the company makes use of the software to bring a decent depth-of-field effect with surprisingly good edge detection. The rear camera can record 4K videos, and the quality of the video is good.
Moving to the front, the 25MP yet again takes advantage of the A.I to click in very impressive portrait shots. The AI Beauty 2.0 for an improved age and gender beautification effects and facial recognition capability works brilliantly resulting in an excellent selfie shot. The auto-HDR feature works well, and we advise you keep it turned on for better results. The AR Sticker is a copy of iPhone X’s ANIMOJI feature, but it isn’t as impressive as the Apple’s quality. Overall, the camera of the OPPO F7 is quite remarkable and is a stand out in this price segment.
The company didn’t bundle earphones within the box, so you will have to invest some more on a pair of decent earphones for the better sound experience. The phone comes with Dirac audio, and the sound experience is brilliant with no distortion even when the volume is at maximum. The loudspeaker was able to cover an entire room, and we never missed a call. The default audio player was able to play most audio formats without any issues, and for the rest, you can simply install a third party player for the better experience.
In terms of video, the OPPO F7 was able to handle 1080p videos without any heating or freezing issues. We installed MX Player to adjust the aspect ratio better. Even with 4G turned on, we didn’t notice any heating issues. Overall, as we mentioned above, invest some more on headphones for better audio and video experience.
The OPPO F7 comes with 3300mAh battery with no support for fast charging. With casual to moderate usage that includes calls, listen to music, play games, GPS navigation, the phone was able to last until the evening without any issues. The good thing about the battery is that it doesn’t drain when left ideal. Even with heavy usage that includes continuous gaming, watching movies or browsing with 4G, the phone had no issues lasting until the evening, but then again you will have to charge once again in order to pull through till the end of the day.
The battery doesn’t drain drastically even on heavy usage which is yet another advantage. We record a maximum screen time of over 4 hours 30 minutes which is not the very exceptional, but then again it isn’t very bad either. With the bundled charger, the phone took close to 2 hours 30 minutes of time to charge fully from 1% to 100%.
The OPPO F7 runs on Android 8.1 Oreo-based on ColorOS 5.0 on top. The interface much like any other Chinese OEM doesn’t have an app drawer, all the icons and widgets are present on the home screen itself. However, you can install a custom launcher if you wish to have a stock U.I look. By default, the phone has theme store where you can download themes and change the look and feel of the U.I if you got bored of the interface. It has all of the Oreo features like long-press quick actions, quick switching, and also brings iPhone X style full-screen gestures. There is a phone manager app which lets you manage RAM storage, clean junk, and optimize phone. Apart from Google apps, there are a bunch of third-party apps which can’t be removed unless rooted.
The phones come in 4GB and 6GB RAM variants, we tested out the 4GB variant which is more than enough to handle most of your essential daily tasks without any issues. The phone can even handle multitasking with more 6-7 apps at a time. We didn’t notice any lag or stutters while navigating through the interface or while switching between the apps. The 6GB RAM variant will obviously have an edge here with more room for heavy multitasking. Overall, the software experience of the OPPO F7 is good, but if you are someone who likes stock U.I, then you wouldn’t appreciate what you are getting.
The OPPO F7 isn’t the only fanciest phone in this price segment; there is the Vivo V9, Moto X4 too. But despite the competition, the OPPO F7 hold its ground strong; it packs a brilliant display, the bezel-less design is quite impressive, performance is good, and the cameras are also perfect. Though the phone runs on Android 8.1 Oreo, the custom covers up most of the Oreo sweetness. So, if you are a person who likes stock Android, then there is the Moto X4. But if you wish to have an even fancier phone with dual-rear cameras and a phone from a different brand, there is the Vivo V9.
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