reposted from Hassan Salman Saeed
OPPO R7 OPPO R7 plus
Oppo the Chinese manufacturer recently released two new smartphones in the shape of the 5-inch Oppo R7 and 6-inch and Oppo R7 Plus. Both the gadgets have mid-ranged specs, a sleek-looking design and support the quick charging technology.
Oppo although come up with 2 different sizes but they have a quite a lot of similarities under the hood. Starting with the resolution, both the devices have the same 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, transforming to 445 pixels per inch (PPI) on the R7 and the 367 PPI on the R7 Plus.
Processor and RAM
The other similar trend maintains, with both smartphones are on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor backed up by 3 GB RAM. Both have 13 MP and 8 MP cameras on the front and back of the devices that the company asserts to deliver good low light shots and effect-laden selfies.
Camera and Battery
The R7 Plus bags more internal storage than the R7 (32 GB vs. 16 GB) supported by microSD card slots, so increasing the capacity won't be any issue. The larger handset of the two R7 Plus also offers a higher battery capacity (4,100 mAh vs. 2,320 mAh). As neither battery is removable.
On the software side of things, both handsets feature Oppo's own ColorOS 2.1. The R7 Plus offers Android 5.1 Lollipop, the smaller handset makes do with the 4.4 KitKat version of the platform.
While the above specs call the devices out as mid-tier offerings Oppo has made a significant effort with the
While the above specs call the devices out as mid tier offerings, Oppo has made a significant effort with the design, slimming down the handsets to just 6.3 mm (0.25 in) on the R7 and 7.75 mm (0.3 in) on the R7 Plus. The aluminum unibodies look sleek and clean, if not wildly different from anything we've seen before. The front on both devices curved down slightly at the sides though the effect looks a little nicer on the R7 Plus, which features an edge-to-edge-display design.
OPPO R7 Plus vs Oppo R7
Value Added Features
Oppo has packed quick charging tech into the smartphones and claims that to get around 75 % of a full charge in just 30 minutes. The R7 Plus also features a fingerprint sensor on the back that allows the user to unlock the device with the press of a finger. There are also dual SIM card slots on both handsets - somethingwe're used to seeing on devices from this part of the world.