An unboxing video has leaked alongside a few pics of the OPPO F3 Plus, one of the new smartphones that OPPO is set to announce in the very near future. In this latest set of leaks, there are a total of three images that can be seen, two of which show most of the phone from the backside and one image which shows part of the front side. While you can’t see the entire front of the device, you do get to see the top half of it which shows the rumored dual front-facing cameras that OPPO is supposed to be using for this phone and which they teased earlier this month.
The unboxing video is fairly short and doesn’t go through much information or rather any information about the device, but you do get to see what comes included in the box alongside the phone, which seems to be just the wall adapter and charging cable combo, as well as the user guide, and a set of earphones. While the phone isn’t powered on in the video and there is no discussion of specifications, it is mentioned that the F3 Plus is bigger than the OPPO F1s, and specs have leaked prior to now so there are at least some rumored details floating around about the phone.
OPPO is expected to unveil the F3 and the F3 Plus on March 23rd, which is this coming Thursday, so it shouldn’t be long before the two devices are officially shown to the public and there are actual hardware specifications details that come from OPPO. According to previous leaks, the OPPO F3 Plus will have a 6-inch Full HD display and come with a 16-megapixel rear camera, and a 16-megapixel + 8-megapixel front camera set for higher quality selfie shots. Additionally it’s thought to come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage space, and come powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor. The battery inside is rumored to be 4,000mAh in capacity which is likely to be more than enough for most users, and will be especially useful due to the nature of the large display which is sure to pull more battery power.
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