Oppo F1s Review in Hindi, Oppo F1s Review

Oppo launched its camera Focus F series in India for the first time earlier this year. Present Did. The first smartphone of this series oppo f1 ,review) Was. Soon after this the company launched a phone with more premium specifications. f1 plus Launched. Oppo is marketing its new series very well, especially in the offline retail channel.

It has been more than six months since Oppo F1 was launched. And to compete with the company in design and features oppo f1s As if there was a strong need to introduce an upgraded phone. However, like previous smartphones, this phone too has focused on the front camera. Today in the review of this smartphone we will know all the advantages and disadvantages of this smartphone.

Design and look
If you put F1S and F1 Plus side by side, it will be very difficult to differentiate between them because both the phones look very similar. The curved edges of the display make the F1s feel good to hold, and its slim bezels make it a stylish smartphone. A screen guard already comes installed in the phone, which gets scratched very quickly. We feel that it could have been removed by providing Gorilla Glass 4 for protection.

The 5.5 inch IPS display in Oppo F1s produces very rich colors. And at maximum brightness levels the screen is much better than the Oppo F1. We did not notice any problems with the display even in direct sunlight. Although the display panel is good but we are not happy with the HD resolution which is quite low for this screen size.

A fingerprint sensor has been provided in the F1S whereas it was not present in the F1. The fingerprint sensor works quite well in F1s. The screen unlocks instantly, just like the F1 Plus. There are two backlit capacitive buttons on either side of the sensor. Oppo has also given a notification LED at the top. Made of metal body, this smartphone looks very good and the glossy gold trim makes this device look quite premium.

The buttons are placed ergonomically, although it would have been easier to spot the volume buttons if there was a little more space between them. The headphone socket along with micro-USB port and mono speaker is given at the bottom. But it would have been better if the headphone socket was at the top because the cable gets in the way while typing.

A 13-megapixel camera with LED flash is provided on the rear. The battery is non-removable. The SIM tray on the right supports dual SIM. Apart from two Nano-SIM slots, a separate card slot is provided for microSD card up to 128 GB.

The box with the Oppo F1s will include a 10-watt charger, data cable, silicone case, a SIM ejector tool, a headset, and some manual instructions. Overall, the F1s is a much-needed upgraded phone that can give other smartphones a run for their money. The accurate and fast fingerprint sensor and separate microSD card are just a bonus in the phone. This phone with 7.3 mm thickness is 160 grams heavy.

Specifications and features
Oppo has given 15 GHz MediaTek MT6750 octa-core processor in this smartphone which has eight ARM Cortex-A53 cores. This is MediaTek’s entry-level chip launched this year in which LTE is integrated.

Apart from this, F1S has 3 GB RAM, 32 GB storage, dual band Wi-Fi B/G/N, Bluetooth 4.0, USB OTG, GPS and FM radio. Oppo has not provided NFC or Wi-Fi ac in the phone. The F1s supports VoLTE along with 4G LTE on Indian bands.

Like the F1 Plus, the Oppo F1s runs on Color OS 3.0 which looks a bit Android and a bit iOS. But we did not like the company providing Android Lollipop in the phone because now it is two generations old. We may see a Marshmallow update for the phone later but it is always good to have the latest version at the time of launch.

We found some shortcomings in the software that need to be mentioned here. Notifications from some third-party apps like Telegram will show you in the notification shade but you will not be able to see them from there. Apart from this, the interface is very smooth and runs without any problem most of the time.

Oppo has made some changes in the Settings app. There is a blue light filter in the display’s submenu. With Lockscreen Magazine the lock-screen wallpaper can be changed every time you unlock the phone. Apart from this, gestures like one-handed mode are also available in the phone. However, this feature did not support us when we tried.

Theme Store, Kingsoft Office, Security Center, File Manager and a video player are pre-installed on the phone along with many Google apps. O-Cloud lets you back up your SMS and contacts on Oppo’s cloud service.

Oppo F1s is a very good smartphone and while using it for about a week, we did not see any major problems. We could do every task easily on the phone. These also include 3D games and it does not get too hot while playing games. However, sometimes the smartphone gets a little hot but not so much that there is a problem in operating it. There is no problem in the phone on 4G network and the earpiece produces very good sound even in noisy environments. Only touchpad keyboard comes installed in the phone which works well.

HD media files play well in the phone. Oppo has provided its own Dirac software enhancements for the speakers and headphones which works quite well when it comes to low frequencies.

A very easy reason to buy this smartphone is its camera performance. First of all, let’s talk about the front camera which is also the most special feature of this phone. This phone has a 16 megapixel front camera with aperture F/2.0, which gives very good quality pictures with detailing. With Beautify 4.0 software, you can get rid of any kind of ‘spots’.

Like previous F-series smartphones, you can take selfies using just your palm or voice commands. Screen flash has a significant impact due to the brighter display. However, it is still a bit weak. The front camera can record video up to 1080 pixels and it also has some other shooting modes like GIF, Filter and Double Exposure.

All these shooting modes are also available in the 13-megapixel rear camera. Apart from this, an expert mode is also provided in the rear camera. For this you have to choose between one second and 16 seconds. The image quality of landscape and macro shots is quite good. The rear camera comes with Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) so that the subject can be locked very well. We liked the simple interface of the camera app and switching from one option to another is very easy.

battery life
Talking about battery life, the 3075 mAh battery provided in Oppo F1S lasted for 10 hours 11 minutes in the video loop test. During normal use, its battery lasts a little more than a day. However, the F1s does not have VOOC fast charging technology like the previous phone. And with a 10-watt charger, it takes a long time to fully charge the phone.

our decision
Oppo has introduced another good product in the form of F1s. But we feel that the company could have made it a better smartphone by paying more attention to some small things. We are talking about fast charging, Wi-Fi AC and NFC which may not be very important but we expect these features from a smartphone coming in this price range.

The F1s is an attractive phone with its own merits. Its classy design, look and feel is very good and it also has some new features. The display of the phone is good and the cameras are also claimed to be good.

The biggest problem of the phone is its price. F1 smartphone has no place in the market now, so it would have been better if the company had launched F1S at the same price as F1. But it is very difficult for it to be successful at Rs 17,990 because smartphones with stronger and better features are already available in the market for less than Rs 15,000.

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