China-based Oppo has done well in India, capturing 8.6 per cent market share in 2016, and the company has progressively shifted its strategy towards the premium end of devices.
Betting on the selfie culture across the country, the company is now looking to tempt users with the new F3 Plus smartphone.
At Rs 30,990, the Oppo F3 Plus offers a lot for your money. A large battery, a six-inch 1080p display, a dual front camera set-up and plenty of storage — and that’s just the beginning.
Here is what works for the device.
The Oppo F3 Plus has a sexy, svelte, metallic body that screams it’s a premium device. The “six string” antenna is aesthetically pleasing and ensures solid reception.
The home button doubles up as a fingerprint sensor and looks similar to the one in Samsung’s Galaxy line-up of devices.
The sensor recognises the stored print in an instant, only occasionally failing if your finger is wet.
The screen is guarded by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and the full-HD display is bright and detailed, but the colours seem oversaturated at times. (READ MORE)