Oppo F7 with display notch teased ahead of March 26 launch

Oppo F7 with display notch teased ahead of March 26 launch

Oppo F7 with display notch teased ahead of March 26 launch

Chinese phone maker Oppo will launch its new flagship smartphone, called the Oppo F7, in India on March 27. The new Oppo F7 smartphone to come with a selfie centric cameras and a new entry to its F series smartphones lineup. The picture showcases apparently an Indian cricketer, likely the new brand ambassador, holding the new smartphone. The mobile looks similar to R15 which was teased by the company and soon be released in China.

Oppo is now preparing for the launch of their new Oppo R15 and Oppo R15 Plus smartphones. Focusing on the Oppo F7 in the front, we can see the smartphone having a Full View display along with a Notch same as the iPhone X. Apart from that, the Oppo F7 will be released in India on March 27. According to a report by Gizmo Times, the company had initially tweeted out the image with a caption that revealed the launch date as well but was later taken down.

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The image teased by the company shows a phone with the trendy full-screen display and an iPhone X-like notch with minimal bezels around the display. Oppo has replaced the brand embassador for their F series phones and it could be the Indian Cricketer, Hardik Pandya. The report also states that the Oppo F7 will come with a 6.2-inch FHD+ display with an impressive screen-to- body-ratio of 89.09 percent.

Being the successor to the Oppo F5, this one is said to feature a 25MP selfie camera at the front with inbuilt AI capabilities such as AR stickers, enhanced beauty mode, real-time HDR and more. The Oppo F7 will retain the 3.5mm headphone jack and micro USB port.

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