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Oppo F5 released in India for INR19,990

10 November 2017, 10:58 | Jodi Jackson

The Oppo F5 was announced last month, and now it is available for purchase in India.

The phone sports a 20MP selfie camera with a number of great attractions like AI-powered beautification feature.

Both Amazon and Flipkart have a bunch of deals lined up for prospective Oppo F5 buyers. The device comes with ColorOS 3.2. The company claims the camera has an iris tool for making eyes glow brighter on selfies and photos.

With the purchase of Oppo F5, Flipkart is also offering some launch offers which include flat 5% off on all orders placed via Credit and Debit Cards, guaranteed Rs 9,300 buyback value when you upgrade your OPPO F5, extra 15% off on Fashion & Lifestyle on Flipkart and no cost EMI starting at Rs 1,666 per month. The phone sports a six-inch full-HD+ (1080x2160 pixels) LTPS "Full Screen" display, which is another major attraction of the phone. It also has a Bokeh mode. The handset is powered by an octa core Helio P23 mobile processor and it also comes with 4GB of RAM as standard and 32GB of storage. Even with a 6-inch screen, F5 follows OPPO's streamlined design philosophy: the sleek unibody offers a visually slim appearance without any cut-offs, with a gracefully curved body that fits well in the palm, expressing a simple and elegant look.

On the rear, there's an equally impressive camera with a 16MP sensor, f/1.8 aperture and LED flash. Only the 4GB RAM variant has gone on sale as of now with the 6GB RAM variant expected to be available sometime in December. The internal storage can be expanded up to 256 GB using a microSD card.


Priced at PKR 31,899 the F5 will go on sale from November 11th 2017 and will be available across country.

The phone sports sensors like ambient light sensor, accelerometer, digital compass, and proximity sensor among others. The smartphone gets its power from a 3,200mAh battery.

The colors include black and gold for the 4GB version of the Oppo F5 and Red for the 6GB version of the handset.

A statement sent with the official image confirms that the F5 will sport thin bezels and will have no navigation keys at the front. But the company has not yet revealed details of the phone.



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