These are the Oppo R7 Plus best features that end users might not know existed brought to you by you Sydney CBD Repair Centre Team.
The Oppo R7 Plus has a 6-inch AMOLED screen, and unsurprisingly it’s the first thing you notice about the phone. Fully six inches in size, and with a resolution of 1920 by 1080, it’s a sight to behold. It’s not just good on paper, either – it’s evenly backlit, and bright enough to be decently visible outdoors in the sun, too. The viewing angles are generous and, as you’d hope on a handset like this, movies and games look incredible.
You can save up to five fingerprints for unlocking the handset, and Oppo’s ColorOS responds swiftly and fluidly. There’s no way of replacing in-app passwords with a fingerprint, but you can use it to encrypt apps if you want, adding an extra layer of security.
On the subject of ColorOS, Oppo promises a smoother, faster Android experience. Given that the phone features 3GB of RAM and an octo-core processor, you’d expect a seamless user interface anyway, but it certainly doesn’t harm matters.
More than a launcher with a few gimmicks, Oppo’s gone beneath the bonnet of Android to tweak and streamline the OS. This means you’re stuck with ColorOS, even when you install and run other launchers on top of it – ColorOS continues to run at full steam in the background.
GREAT CAMERA PERFORMANCE
The Oppo R7 Plus uses clever interpolation trickery (Oppo calls it Pure Image) to produce photos at resolutions of 52 megapixels in Ultra HD mode from its 13-megapixel Sony camera. It does this to enable you to crop into areas of a photo you like – an after-the-fact digital zoom, if you will – or just capture more detail in your regular images, and the results are decent.
It does produce slightly underexposed images, and there’s no way of tweaking the brightness levels or contrast in the native photos app, but the difference in detail between the normal shots and the Ultra HD ones is noticeable.
DUAL SIM CARD AND FAST CHARGING
Other highlights include support for two SIMs, or a single SIM and microSD memory card to expand on the 32GB internal memory, and fast charging. Oppo promises 20 minutes of talk time on just five minutes’ charge from empty, and this appears to be accurate – from dead I got between 15% and 20% on the tests I ran.