Oppo F1 goes up for pre-order in Europe

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Oppo unveiled the Oppo F1 earlier this month as part of its F-series. Pre-orders are now live on the company’s website.

The Oppo F1 is now available for pre-order in the European territory for €229 or approx $250 USD. Oppo plans to ship out all orders by the end of February. As a special gift, Oppo is offering those who purchase the device between now and launch a free selfie stick. However, users must pay an additional €5 at checkout to reserve it. So it’s not exactly free, but you’ll save a few bucks.

The Oppo F1 features mid to low-end specifications starting off with a 5-inch display containing a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. Powering the device is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 chipset with eight cores that can run simultaneously. The device also has 3GB of RAM for multitasking.

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On the front you’ll find an 8MP camera that can take some great low-light shots. The back side houses a 13MP camera, which will be great for taking detailed shots. 16GB of storage space comes inside but more can be added via the device’s built-in microSD card slot. Onboard is Color OS 2.1, which is based on Android 5.1 Lollipop. Some other key specs include a sealed 2400mAh battery, LTE connectivity, Bluetooth, and dual SIM support. But perhaps the greatest feature lies in the design department. The Oppo F1 sports a metal body with a sand coating for better gripping. It looks really nice and comes in a variety of colors.

There’s still a chance at a U.S. rollout, but nothing has been confirmed. Stay tuned for an announcement; we should hear more about the company’s plans any day now. Who’s interested?

Source: Oppo


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