Oppo R7 is a great smartphone which nice features. The only demerit is that it has a little high price tag. We can get same features around 14kk.
This Mobile Phones is available in 32GB variant s. Oppo R7 Plus is available in default colour s across various online stores in India. Digit caters to the largest community of tech buyers, users and enthusiasts in India. The all new Digit in continues the legacy of Thinkdigit. Digit is also one of the most trusted names when it comes to technology reviews and buying advice and is home to the Digit Test Lab, India's most proficient center for testing and reviewing technology products.
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But then of course, this is not a phone for people with small hands, or those that loathe 'big' phablets. The R7 Plus boasts of an all-metal uni-body design - 91 per cent metal, says Oppo - with the power button on the right while the volume rockers on the left. The front panel is a slightly raised platform with rounded glass edges - Oppo calls it the 2. The front comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.
The design of the Oppo R7 is decent: keeps things simple and doesn't go overboard. We still prefer Samsung's design and weight of the Galaxy A8 more than this one though. The fingerprint scanner module on the R7 Plus is located on the back under the camera sensor, something that can be a hit or miss placement depending on how you hold your phone. This is more or less the same deal you get on the Galaxy A8 5. While we did test the R7 Plus under low light conditions, we were pretty satisfied with its display output: it was bright and colour saturation was mostly spot-on.
We liked that it had better viewing angles than the A8 and wasn't prone to the gradual tinting of the screen when viewing it at an angle. The Oppo R7 Plus is powered by a 1. The phone is expandable by up to GB via microSD card.
Oppo R7 Plus, Memory Size: 8GB, Sagar Electronics | ID:
The battery life of the R7 Plus took me by surprise. I expected it to be good due to sheer size—4,mAh. At the same time, with a 6-inch display, I didn't expect it to last a staggering 9 hours, 41 minutes in our battery rundown test—where I set the screen brightness to max, turned Wi-Fi off, and continuously streamed a full-screen YouTube video over LTE. For comparison, that's more than double the 4 hours, 42 minutes of streaming time on the Moto X Pure. I also used the phone over a weekend, and still had 64 percent battery left on Monday after not charging it since Friday.
The R7 Plus is the first phone I've used in a long time where I would feel comfortable leaving my spare battery pack at home. On paper, it's a bit underpowered compared with Snapdragon powered devices like the Moto X Pure, as well as Snapdragon devices like the Nexus 6P and the OnePlus 2. The difference between the Snapdragon and the higher-end models shows in the benchmark test. Despite the raw numbers, general usage tells a different tale. There was no lag in the controls, no skipped frames, and no jerkiness.
I expect that the good gaming performance is due to the comparatively low resolution of the device. In terms of multitasking and general usage, the device also fared well. Aside from some slight lag when opening up a new app or switching between apps, the R7 Plus felt as fast and responsive as the Moto X Pure.
Specifications and features
Camera performance on the R7 Plus was mixed. Standard shots were generally crisp in well-lit and outdoor settings, with fast shutter speeds. Shots were still clear in low-light settings, even though the camera lacks optical image stabilization. The phone has an Ultra HD imaging mode. It combines several exposures shot at 13 or 10 megapixels, depending on the image aspect ratio you're capturing and combines them into a megapixel 5, by 4, image.
It works well for landscapes, as long as there aren't people moving through the frame. The process requires about 3 seconds to capture the images required, and requires you to have a fairly steady hand and static scene to get the best results. But if you're dealing with subject motion, like I did when trying to get a shot of the Flatiron Building with busy New Yorkers strolling willy-nilly through the scene, subject motion distracts from the final shot.
Unfortunately, I experienced issues with white balance changing significantly between shots, no matter which mode I was in. I took four pictures of the Flatiron building in direct sunlight, two in regular mode and two in Ultra HD.
One picture in regular mode showed the building with warm natural colors, the bricks tinted slightly yellow. The other was a stark white, verging on overexposed. Ultra HD showed a similar result: one shot of the bricks came out warm and yellow above , while the other was too white below.
Oppo R7 Plus, Memory Size: 8GB
The front-facing 8-megapixel camera shares the same struggles with white balance and overexposure. Skin tones and faces are handled very well, with natural, true-to-life colors. But backgrounds tend to become overexposed when the light is too bright.
Color OS 2. But it makes a lot of changes that users coming from a Motorola, OnePlus, or Samsung Android might not like. The change that constantly tripped me up is that there is no app drawer. All the apps on the device are located on the home screens, and the app-switching menu is vaguely reminiscent of iOS. Aside from that ColorOS also has its own notification shade, settings menu, widgets, and apps.
There's none of Google's Material Design to be found here. There is a theme store where you can change the entire interface, and there are always options like Nova Launcher on the Google Play Store if you want to have a more stock Android experience, but Android purists will certainly not be pleased.