The mid-range Oppo F15 is now retailing for an attractive discount — instead of Rs. 44,999, you can pick up one for Rs. 39,999, making for a 5,000 Oppo price slash. It’s built with a focus on design, ergonomics, and performance. Here’s a closer look at this sleek handset.
The ultra-thin Oppo F15 build is the highlight of this device so let’s start there. Featuring a 7.9mm and 172g frame, the F15 has a tall 20:9 aspect ratio which you can comfortably grip in your hand.
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The F15 comes in two different stunning Oppo shades: Lightning Black and Unicorn White. The former is jet-black, polished, and accented with iridescent shimmering streaks, while the latter features a three-tone gradient, soft yet dynamic.
The rear-facing Oppo F15 panel is clean save for a compact pill-style camera island mounted in its corner. Encased in this housing are four lenses — a 48MP main camera with a wide f/1.79 aperture, an 8MP wide-angle sensor, and a 2MP portrait and mono duo. The camera array can stretch your FoV by 119°, while it bins 4 pixels into one superpixel to produce sharper, more detailed shots even when you’re shooting in low light.
Flip the F15 by Oppo over to find an FHD+ AMOLED panel, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. A notch is carved into the display bound in slim bezels, delivering a screen-to-body ratio of 90.7% and DC Dimming 2.0. And an in-screen fingerprint reader lives underneath it that registers and unlocks your device in only 0.32s.
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Expect the typical mid-range daily driver performance you would from an Oppo in this bracket, the F15 is perfect for everyday tasks and light to medium gaming is a breeze. MediaTek’s Helio P70 platform, in combination with a decent 4,025 mAh battery and its accompanying VOOC Flash Charge 3.0 power the F15. Oppo ships it with 128GB of native storage, 8GB of memory, and the previous-gen Android-9-based ColorOS 6.1.