Oppo F1s, Are Filtered out Details of The Next Selfie Expert

The camera is one of the most valued elements by consumers when buying a phone and manufacturers try to provide more complete solutions for mobile photography lovers. Since a few years ago, having the best camera has been one of the battles of the main brands, but the fight does not focus only on the rear camera, front camera is also gaining importance.

After the boom of the selfies it is rare that we find a smartphone that does not have an advanced configuration in the front camera, but it is not so common is a manufacturer give more weight to the front camera which at the back, which is exactly what we find in the Oppo F1 Plus, a model that the brand called ‘selfie expert’. The Chinese company has already confirmed that the sequel to the F1 series is coming soon and will be called Oppo F1s, but now a leak reveals some of their technical details.

Oppo F1 Plus

The Oppo F1s will be the newest member of the F1 series and the company has already confirmed that he will come as soon as the next day August 3, less than two weeks of waiting. After launching several promotional teasers, a leak has revealed some technical details about the device and everything indicates that Oppo will follow the same path begun with this range of smartphones.

The Oppo F1s would repeat with a 16-Megapixel front camera, But what we don’t know is if the back will continue to maintain in 13 megapixel or or will raise the bar so that they are at the same level in resolution. Remember that the front Chamber of the Oppo F1 Plus riding a 16-Megapixel sensor with recording videos in FullHD and f/2.0 lens.

On the other hand, the Oppo F1s will also copy his brother selfie in the sfootprints Ensor integrated in the Start button. In the analysis of the Oppo F1 Plus we saw that sensor offered a response very quickly and accurately, and everything indicates that it will be the same that we find in the new model. The screen size there is no track, but seeing the similarities with the F1 Plus it make more sense to bet on a 5 inch panel, more compact and manageable. On 3 August we will leave doubts.