ibusinesslines.com
ibusinesslines.com November 15, 2018


Oppo F3 Plus smartphone with 6GB RAM to go on sale today

15 November 2017, 01:15 | Justin Tyler

Oppo F3 Plus smartphone with 6GB RAM to go on sale today

Oppo F3 Plus

Both the devices will be available exclusively on Flipkart starting November 22. The Infinix Zero 5 has a 12MP wide-angle primary sensor and a 13MP secondary sensor with a telephoto lens. In India, the Infinx Zero 5 will be exclusively sold through Flipkart. "We look forward to taking our partnership with OPPO to new heights, offering customers the best technology at competitive prices, reinforcing our online market leadership in this category", Ayyappan Rajagopal, senior director, mobiles at Flipkart said.

As for the specifications, the smartphone flaunts a 5.98-inch full HD JDI display with 2.5D curved glass. Unlike the original F3 Plus that was launched in March, the upgraded F3 Plus comes with more RAM and a more affordable price tag. This phone is mounted with 16MP rear camera with f/1.7 aperture, Sony IMX398 sensor, Dual Focus PDAF, 6P lens, Dual-tone LED Flash, OIS and 4K video recording support. It bears 64GB of inbuilt storage that is expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB) with a dedicated slot.

One of the highlights of Moto X4 is the dual rear camera setup, featuring a 12-megapixel Dual Autofocus Pixel sensor, an f/2.0 aperture, and 1.4-micron pixels as well as an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle sensor with a 120-degree field of view, an f/2.2 aperture, and 1.12-micron pixels.

The Zero 5 also supports dual SIM dual standby and offers 4G VoLTE connectivity.


It houses a 4,350 mAh battery and runs on Android Nougat out of the box with XOS UI on top. With all these high-end specifications, the Infinix Zero 5 is said to cost less than Rs. 20,000 in India.

This phone gets its juice from powerful 4000mAh battery which comes with VOOC Flash Charging feature. The device will also be available in several other countries across Africa, Asia, and Middle-east.

The design of the Infinix Zero 5 resembles the Huawei P9 smartphone, especially from the back.



Other News

Trending Now

The Lima Salvation Army needs volunteers
So many of us have a lot. o many of us don't have very much. "We always help between 400-500 at Christmas", said Sgt. -Maj. Over the four years, Burger King Hawai'i guests have donated more than $37,000 in support of the program.

Watford dismiss Everton's approach for manager Marco Silva
Paul Joyce of the Times has this afternoon revealed the financial details of Everton's offer to Watford for manager Marco Silva . Everton are now assessing their options and considering whether it is worth stepping up their pursuit of Silva.

Early reports say Grace Mugabe to leave Zimbabwe as Robert steps down
Earlier, heavy gunfire was heard in the Harare suburbs near to Mugabe's compound as the crisis in the African nation intensifies. The US embassy in Zimbabwe warned its citizens in the country to "shelter in place" due to "ongoing political uncertainty".

Accountability court resumes hearing against Sharifs
Maryam also submitted an exemption request, stating her pleader Jahangir Jadoon will appear on her behalf. Khawaja Haris, Counsel of former Prime Minister cross examined two prosecution witnesses today.

Arsenal plotting Raheem Sterling swap for Alexis Sanchez
Gooners, would you like to see an exchange deal happen? At 68, it may end up being Wenger who decides when he leaves the club. Wenger has never managed at an worldwide level, coaching instead at four clubs from Nancy to Arsenal.

Ben Affleck wants a 'cool way to segue out' of DCEU
Cyborg , played by Fisher, is an ex-American football player who is now part-machine after a life-threatening accident. Hopefully Justice League is a big success and WB green lights more DCEU movies, which would include Man of Steel 2 .

Ex-Eli Lilly executive Azar wins Trump's nomination for top HHS post
Price racked up roughly $1 million in private and government air travel in just seven months, according to Politico . Azar has also been outspoken about the need to lower drug prices.