Oppo F7 Launch Live Event Live in India; Check Specs, Features & Other Details: Well, Oppo F7 will join the market soon in upcoming days and we all are sure that you all are going to love this news for sure. Now, you all can watch the Live Event of Oppo F7 in India. The Oppo F7 India launch is being heavily promoted on social media, with the Chinese brand roping in several celebrities and cricketers to tout its selfie-taking capabilities. You can call it an extraordinary camping for making things right for the company.
As per the reports, the teaser is looking quite impressive and we have seen a brief look at the Smartphone and it is going to make you all feel amazed. Reports are coming that this smartphone is going to be the selfie notch that is lifted straight from the iPhone X. In fact, with the ultra-thin bezels on the sides and notch, the Oppo F7 looks strikingly similar to the current Apple flagship. We are not sure about the price but we are expecting that the company is going to explain everything soon.
How to watch Oppo F7 India Launch Event-
If you are looking for the Oppo F7 India Launch event then you should check out 12:30 pm IST. Also, the handset is being launched in Mumbai, but the event will be live streamed on YouTube so that fans can easily track the developments in real-time.
Oppo F7 Specifications & Features-
Well, as per the reports, is going to be around 22k and the upcoming handset may be priced around Rs. 25,000 in India. Oppo F7, with the notch at the center of it all, has been given away by the company in teasers on social media as well as its website. You all can get sport a 19:9 aspect ratio display model. The Super Full Screen display will measure 6.2-inch and have full-HD+ (1080×2280 pixels) resolution, and 89.09 percent screen-to-ratio.
Also, it will be powered by the octa-core MediaTek Helio P60 chip (four Cortex A73 cores at 2GHz and four Cortex A53 cores at 2GHz). It is said to have the Mali-G72MP3 GPU and 6GB of RAM. On the software front, the Oppo F7 appears to run ColorOS 5.0 with features such as facial unlock and screen recording. For navigation, buyers will have to use gestures, and there will be an App-in-App view for multitasking.