Well, here is a serious competitor for Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Oppo, the famous Chinese manufacturer has released a new phablet with a 6-inch display, called R7 Plus. However, this phablet doesn’t share similar features with Samsung Galaxy Note 5, but it runs on Android and it has some serious tricks hidden up its metal chassis.
For starters, the new Oppo R7 Plus comes covered in aircraft grade aluminum, has a giant 4,100mAh battery that will last a long time, and a fingerprint sensor.
These are only three great features, and probably clients are already interested. Not to mention that Oppo R7 Plus is available at the price of 495 dollars, which is definitely not that cheap.
However, Oppo R7 Plus will be available starting with September 5 and it will be globally accessible. To be added that the Chinese manufacturer usually retails its devices through its online stores, meaning that costumers can already pre-order it on the Internet.
As for its design, the R7 Plus will probably look very similar with the original R7. Well, that’s because they took the R7 and supersized it. This new phablet comes with a similar metal body made of magnesium-aluminum alloy, also known as aircraft-grade metal. However, there are some changes at its design, like camera that has been moved towards the top center of the device and the fingerprint sensor placed just below that. Moreover, Oppo also changed the placement of the power button and the volume keys, meaning that the power button will be found on the right, while the volume keys on the left.
Oppo R7 Plus also comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 64-bit octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage. To be added that it also has a microSD card and a special dual-SIM slot. The most interesting piece is the 4,100mAh battery that supports fast charging, meaning that after approximately 30 minutes, users will have almost 75 percent battery. The 13-megapixel camera located on the back comes with autofocus, LED flash and laser focus. The 8-megapixel front camera also takes full-HD videos, which is a great thing.