Oppo F19 Unveiled with an AMOLED Screen, Snapdragon 662, and 33W Fast Charging; Coming Soon to Pakistan

Faisal Rasool

After the brief promo campaign which WhatMobile covered, Oppo unveiled the standard F19 in Sri Lanka yesterday. The new arrival rounds off the new lineup that already included Oppo F19 Pro and a Pro+ edition. We’re going to take a look at it.

The F-series has traditionally featured phones meant to be fashion statements. As such, the designs are often ambitious, striking even. But the Oppo F19 series proves to be an exception. You’ll be hard-pressed to tell the latest F generation from other lineups in Oppo’s catalog. 

Despite its lightweight footprint, the Oppo F19 adopts a generic, recycled aesthetic. We’re looking at a shell that’s 7.95mm deep and weighs 175g. It has clean lines and distinct, flat edges. The camera island rests in the corner as a raised cube, used to house three lenses and an LED flash. F19 comes in gradient-finished Midnight Blue and Prism Black shades. 

We find a thickly-chinned 6.43” OLED panel on the front and a hole carved into the new oppo mobile phone. Even with the noticeable chin, the F19 hits a decent 90.8% screen-to-body ratio. It samples for touches at 180Hz when in game mode, produces a full HD resolution, and peaks at 800 nits of brightness. A hidden fingerprint scanner lives underneath this display.

The main camera onboard the Oppo F19 has a 48MP sensor, joined by a pair of 2MP portrait and macro sensors. A 16MP selfie camera is embedded in the in-display O-hole. The software processing supports night shot, time-lapse, and Pro modes.

Under its shell, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 662 powers the Oppo F19. You get 6GB of memory and 128GB of expandable storage. These internals are hooked up to a 5000 mAh battery that quick-charges over 33W. Lastly, the phone boots to the newest ColorOS 11, straight out of the box.

Oppo F19 is headed to India next and should arrive in Pakistan in the coming weeks. We’ll keep you posted.


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