The OPPO F1S was launched last August 2016 and since its launch there is no stopping the public from buying their OPPO F1S units. In the Philippines, where social media is our main form of communication and taking selfies is a must in every activity, the “Selfie expert, OPPO F1S” sold around 19,000 units nationwide! Okay so that is truly a milestone, but beyond the advertising what makes people buy the OPPO F1S? Why is it called the Selfie expert?
1. OPPO F1S Takes Clear and Detailed Selfies – the OPPO F1S was developed with the people who love to take selfies in mind. This is why the front camera was made with a large aperture to make sure that you capture that nice photo even in low-light conditions. The front camera is an amazing 16 megapixels camera and its rear camera is at 13 megapixels which is more than enough to capture that clear photo.
2. Voice and Motion Activated Shutter – what makes a photo blurry? Well apart from that shaking hands of yours another problem is trying to look, feel and press that shutter button on your phone. Well with the motion shutter feature you can take a selfie photo with just a wave of your palm and it does not take the photo immediately, the palm activated shutter option activates a shutter timer so that you can have the time to strike that selfie pose. If waving your palm is not your thing then maybe activating the shutter with your voice is.
3. Powerful – the OPPO F1s is more than a powerful camera, it’s fast octa-core processor and 3GB RAM gives it that power and speed to process app functionalities. In fact it’s fingerprint recognition feature enables it to unlock the phone in just 0.22 seconds.
OPPO F1s Features:
Dimensions: 154.5 x 76 x 7.38mm
Weight: 160g with battery
Color: Gold, Rose Gold
OS: ColorOS 3.0 Android 5.1 (Lollipop)
Processor: MT6750 Octa-core
GPU : Mali-T860 MP2
Storage: 32GB (Support microSD card up to 128GB)
Battery: 3075 mAh (Typical) Li-Po Battery (non-removable)
Size: 5.5 inches
Type: IPS LCD Capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Resolution: HD (1280 by 720 pixels)
Colors: 16 million colors
Touchscreen: Multi-touch, Capacitive screen, Gorilla Glass 4 Support for Gloved and Wet touch input
Rear: 13 Megapixel, f/2.2, phase detection autofocus, LED flash
Features: 1/3″ sensor size, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama HDR
Front: 16-megapixel , f/2.0, 1/3.1″ sensor size
Video Mode: 1080p/720p @30 fps
SIM Card Type: Dual nano-SIM, individual microSD card
Audio Effect: Dirac
WLAN: Wi-fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-fi Direct , Hotspot
Sensors: Distance Sensor, Light Sensor, G-sensor, E-compass
For owners of VR kits unfortunately even with that powerful video screen, it is unable to sync with your Google Cardboards since it doesn’t have any NFC, which is the connectivity part for such VR kit. Who knows the NFC feature might come in the next OPPO F1s iteration which will be introduced on November 8, 2016.
But if you can’t wait to get your hands on the OPPO F1s you can order it here!