Oppo F3 review: Selfie camera, build quality and performance is its specialty




Oppo F3 is launched by the company in the market as 'Selfie Expert'. Two different lenses have been given for Self Selfi and group selfi. As the company has given its tagline, it justifies it for selfies. We have used this smartphone and on this basis we have presented a review of it.



Design and build quality:

Earlier, the company had launched the F3 Plus, which cost more than that. It looks similar in terms of design. Being a metal unibody, it seems premium. Volume Roll Keys also give you a sense of its premium. The special thing is that in the rear of this smartphone, Made in India is written, which you will definitely like. Even though the company is belonging to China, but its production has happened in India.

Performance and Battery Life:

The only camera is just not good enough for this segment. This smartphone has a 64-bit MediaTek octa-core processor with a speed of 1.5GHz. For the graphics it has been given the Mali T860. It has 4GB RAM, its internal memory is 64GB. The good thing is that there are different slots for SIM and Micro SD, which means that there is no movement of the hybrid.

On paper all the hardware looks good but when we used it, there was some disappointment. Because Asphalt 8 will be a little lag by opening three four apps simultaneously.


It does a great job in multitasking. You can do web browsing comfortably by opening multiple apps at once. This smartphone is fast and smooth due to 4GB RAM. From one app to another, the app can easily go without interruption.

Its battery is 3,200mAh and I think that if the company had given VOOC Fast Charge option in it, it would have been a killer. but it's not like that. However, if we use it full charge, its battery life has not completely disappointed. Even gaming and calling, that is, if you use mixed, you can run comfortably throughout the day after which a little battery will be saved. That's why the battery department is even better.
The camera:

Figures and research have shown that Indian users now give more attention to the camera while buying this smartphone. And this knows the Oppo. The two selfie camera given in it is really awesome. Smartphones with dual selfie cameras will be found in the market anyway, but this is slightly different from them.

The front has two cameras, one 16 megapixels, with a wide angle lens of 76.4 degree whereas the other is 8 megapixels with 120 degree wide angle.

In Selfie Camera Interface, you get two options for Selfie and Group Selfie. Clicking on a single lens it works and a selfie can be taken. Wide angle lens starts working as you click on the second option, and from the same distance you can click on the group of a lot of people ie groupfix. This is really cool and you will definitely find this fantastic for the group selfie. Apart from these, there are also beautification options which can be used by using beautiful selfies. The camera interface is also easy.

The rear camera is of 13 megapixels and through which good pictures can be clicked in the light. Although low light will also get detelling in the clicked photos, but in case of rear camera, it can not be called the best of this segment. It can be said that its rear camera is amazing in case of color reproduction.

Software & User Interface:

This smartphone has its own Color OS 3.0 interface based on Android Marshmallow (6.0.1). It's a bit weird because now Marshmallow is outdated and according to this segment the company should have given Android N in it.
Color OS 3.0 looks inspires from iOS because it does not get an app drawer like Android which makes me feel better. Easy to use and is also smoother. In addition to the general settings in settings menu, there are many great options available. There's also App Clone feature that can cloning apps like WhatsApp. That is, you can use two Whatsapp accounts in a smartphone. Apart from this, there are some great tools available in everyday life


Rating: 3/5