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On 16 January, Oppo F15 announced its launch

Oppo has just been tingling with the launch of Oppo F15 to launch a new device in its F-series. The company has now announced that on 16 January 2020, the Oppo F15 smartphone will be launched. The Amazon mobile is given. In fact, other key features of the next smartphone have been verified.

Oppo shared its Oppo F15 teaser image which shows that it is loaded with a quad-camera configuration. The back panel has a gradient finish and is supplied with a blue and white combination. The company has shown that the 48MP rear camera is included in the Oppo F15.

It has also shown that 8 GB of RAM will be enabled on the handset, although the bandwidth is currently unknown. The OppoF15 comes with a 3.0 sensor display that the company claims the smartphone will be unlocked in a matter of 0.32 seconds. The phone is also supported by the fast charge technology VOOC Flash Charge 3.0, which provides a 5-minute charge over two hours of talk time. The telephone is built sleekly and has a thickness of 7.9 mm and weighs 172 g.

That said, the next smartphone is not otherwise told. In fact, an Oppo F15 manufactured in Mumbai has been cut, indicating that the handset is also accessible from the offline channel for purchasing. Multiple reports, though, indicate that this will only be Oppo A91. Please note, in December last year, the app was released in China.

Oppo A91 has a 1080×2340 pixel resolution and a 20:9 aspect ratio AMOLED full HD+ display. The chipset is equipped by 8 GB of RAM by MediaTek Helio P70. The phone comes with Game Boost 2.0 for an enhanced gaming experience. It has 128 GB of internal storage and a slot for more microSD cards

The handset has a 48-megapixel back-camera setup, a 119 degrees field-of-view 8 megapixel, a 2-megapixel macro lens, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. There is a 16-megapixel front camera. There are two different options on the phone. It is operating Android 9 Pie with ColorOS 6.1. It is supported by a battery of 4,025mAh and fast charge with VOOC 4.0.

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