The F15 is huge. Its screen stretches 6.4 inches across. Having small hands might make holding it difficult, especially since it’s slippery. It’s made from plastic with a superb gloss effect.
Carrying it around would be easy as it’s thin. Its dimensions are 160.2 mm x 73.3 mm x 7.9 mm. It’s got some weight to it. This makes it feel premium; it weighs 172 grams.
Looking across its sides, you’ll find a microSD slot. You’ll also find a 3.5 mm headphone jack but no fingerprint sensor. That’s because it’s under its display.
You can’t pick it up in many colours. The ones available are just black and white. Each of the options has pearl-like effects, though.
Although its rear is plastic, you’re getting Gorilla Glass 5 on its front. It’s quite resistant. The panel on its display is AMOLED. The colours would be vibrant. You’re getting a 430 max nit screen – 500 is the gold standard – anything close means that there is a very bright display.
There’s barely any bezel action going on. Its screen-to-body ratio is 85.5%. It comes with a sharp front as well. It is 1080 x 2400 pixels.
Out of the box, it runs Android 9. It’s available through ColorOS 6.1. It’s powered through the Helio P70. It’s a chipset fit for a mid-ranger, so don’t get too extensive with it.
Something that’s equally as snappy is its fingerprint sensor. It’s under its display and unlocks in the blink of an eye.
Moving through its systems is easy as you’re getting a lot of RAM and ROM. You can purchase it with 128 GB of space, and 4 or 8 GB of ROM. 128 gigs are more than enough for you to download whatever you want. The cherry on top is the fact that it comes with a microSD slot as well.
Being thin, it’s surprising that it doesn’t have a small battery. The one inside it is 4025 mAh. It’ll fully drain in a day and a half. Of course, power-saving modes would prolong it longer. To charge it, you’d be using a 20 W fast charger. It would be placed inside its USB-C port. The Oppo F15 makes use of VOOC 3.0, so it goes from 0-50% in around half an hour.
What about its camera? You’re getting a quad set up on its rear. It consists of a 48 MP wide lens, an 8 MP ultrawide lens, a 2 MP F/W sensor, and a 2 MP depth sensor. The shots taken are superb in well-lit environments. They can get a bit grainy in low-light. But this is very common with phones its price.
On its front, you’re met with a 16 MP wide single shooter. It’ll keep you Instagram ready. However, pictures won’t be that good in dim-lit settings.
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The phone costs Rs.50,000 islandwide.