Nowadays, all handset manufacturer companies are not focusing only at specifications of the smartphone but also on their design. Companies are working on their design of the phone to meet customers’ expectations and give a cool look to the phone. The company has considered removing something through Oppo F9 Pro. The design of Oppo F9 Pro attracts the attention of people. When purchasing a smartphone, customers look at the look or feel of the phone or design and specifications.
Keeping this in mind to customers, Oppo has launched Nokia Design and Oppo F9 Pro with a great battery backup. This handset comes with Quick Charging support. Oppo’s antitrust company Xiaomi launched Poco F1 in a budget of 20,000-30,000 rupees. Will Oppo F9 Pro be able to compete with Xiaomi Poco F1 in the market? Also Oppo F9 Pro is a profit deal for you or not. Let us answer these two questions based on specifications and price.
Specifications and software of Oppo F9 Pro
As we said, Xiaomi Poco F1 has also been launched. Poco will compete with Oppo F9 Pro in the F1 market. Both handsets are mid-range smartphones. After the launch of Poco F1, the hardware of the F9 Pro can now be something you do not like. The MediaTek Helio P60 Octa-core processor has been powered in Oppo F9 Pro. Explain that this processor was used by Oppo in the handset Realme 1 (review) before its new sub-brand Reality. This processor comes with ARM Mali-G72 GPU. Oppo F9 Pro has been launched in 6 GB RAM / 64 GB variants.
Along with Oppo F9 Pro, the company also launched Oppo F9. In Oppo F9, the company has given 4 GB RAM, not 6 GB RAM. This model is not available in the store at the moment, the company has not even taken the curtain from what date the model will start to meet at the store. The surprising thing is that there is a gap of Rs 4,000 in both the OPPO models. The main feature of the F9 Pro is the 3500 MAH of battery and VOOC flash charge support provided in it. In the charger, such techniques have been used which protects the phone from heating. The weight of the charger and USB cable found in the retail box is heavier than the old accessories of Oppo. Oppo has claimed that this handset gives a talk time of up to two hours on charging five minutes.
Oppo has used the LTPS LCD panel in its handset, which reduces battery consumption. F9 Pro has a 6.3 inch (1080×2340 pixels) display, its aspect ratio is 19.5:9. For connectivity, this handset comes with WiFi 802.11 AC, Bluetooth version 4.2, GPS and Volt support. We have a handset present for the review, it is equipped with the security patches of July 2018. The OPPO handset comes with Color OS 5.2 based on Android Oreo 8.0.
The size of the icon on the home screen is a bit bigger. The handset has a smart assist screen on the left side of the first home screen. Here you will see many app shortcuts like weather information, step tracking, events and more. If you pull it downwards, you will see the option of systemwide search. It resembles the feature present in iOS. With the help of a floating panel, you will be able to access app shortcuts and screenshots tool easily. If you use it while watching a video, some apps will be launched like a floating Windows.
There are several options in the Settings app. You can use on-screen navigation buttons or gestures if you wish. There are many gestures and shortcuts in the phone. The smart driving mode will block notifications and calls, but you have to activate it by going to Settings. Or when your phone connects to the car’s Bluetooth, this feature will still work. Oppo F9 Pro has a Face Unlock feature, but in order to use this feature, you first have to click the Power button on the side of the phone. This will turn the screen on your phone, after which the screen is stretched from the bottom to the top, doing this will start the front camera. After doing this, the phone will scan your face with the help of the front camera. You will also find a theme store on the phone, with some free themes and wallpapers.
Performance and Battery Life of Oppo F9 Pro
F9 Pro has a 6.3-inch display that comes with full HD+ resolution. The color of the screen is bright and vibrant, and its viewing angle is also good. We did not faced any problems while using the phone outside (outdoor). Due to the design of the notch design and the folded borders, it appeared that it was making a slight crop of the video while watching the video in full screen. The built-in speaker is not particularly good, that’s because the sound is heard loud and tidy. Every time we hear music we have not experienced happiness.
Oppo F9 Pro had 137,739 at Antutu, 1,348 in the Geekbench Single-Core Test and 5,305 in the Multi-Core Test. The graphics score was quite disappointing, that’s because the handset has scored 1,078 in the 3dmark Slingshot Extreme scene. Little or no, there was no problem playing the games with light graphics, but there was a problem with running Powerful Graphics Game such as Asphalt 9: Legends. UI and menus appear to be slow while working The experience is better after playing PUBG This game went unpunished and there was no problem of any kind. We noticed that the upper rear part starts heating after the power game loads. If you are fond of playing games with the latest graphics and powerful graphics, then this handset will not prove to be a great option for you.
Design of Oppo F9 Pro
Oppo F9 Pro comes with three finishes. All three come with Finnish multi-color and different patterns. We have Sunrise Red-Finnish handsets for the review. You will see a Diamond cut pattern on the back panel. You will also be able to see a similar pattern on the back panel of the Twilight Blue variant. But in the upper part of the back panel of this model, you will find the Dark Navy and the bottom of the light blue color accumulation. Two colors of Magenta-Indigo are used with Gradient Finish on the back panel of stere Purple Variant. The metallic finish of the three variants is extremely bright. Sunrise red variants of our back panel had a shiny finish. The Diamond Cut design on the back panel should always be clearly visible, it is not necessary.
In the retail box, you will get a transparent cover which is made up of rubber. Notch design has been given on the front panel. In the notch, you will see a selfie camera. The company named it Waterdrop. Oppo has reduced the look of the design by design with a great deal of efficiency. The top of the front camera is given in the margins of the earpiece phone. All four behind Black Marjan and you will see a multi-color body. The border at the top and bottom of the screen is quite small, the company has claimed that the handset has 90.8 percent of screen-to-body ratio.
The weight of the phone is 169 grams, you will not feel too heavy to raise it. However, to reach all corners of the phone, the thumb will have to stretch slightly. This OPPO handset is not able to save against dust and water splattered. The power button on the right hand easily reaches the fingerprint sensor with the button to increase and reduce the volume. We were surprised to see that the company has given Micro-USB port instead of type-c usb port in its handset. Please tell that it was necessary for Oppo VOOC charging. At the bottom of the phone is a 3.5mm headphone jack and a single speaker. There will be a sim-tray on the left side of the phone, there are two nano-SIMs and a slot to place the sd card.
Oppo F9 camera
The Camera app of Oppo is much like the iOS app. In addition to standard photos and videos in the main mode ribbon at the bottom, you will find time laps, slow-motion, portrait, stickers, panorama, and expert mode. Portrait mode has repeatedly brought us away from our subject and sometimes got closer. You will be able to see the lighting effect in the camera app more than the mid-air filter. With the Google lens integration options in the standard photo mode, there will be options for the beautification, filters and aspect ratios. Depth effect can be made from front camera, but the picture will not look natural or say natural. The buffetting mode will already be set on AI. The photos taken at home were not impressive. In the light of day, we found that the camera app focuses fast on any object or person.
All the pictures were clearly visible in the pictures taken by us and the amount of color was correct. In portrait mode, the camera app takes a few seconds to understand the difference between foreground and background. But we saw the effect on the screen, after which we decided that we have to click the picture at that time. Focus does not work properly in the night compared to daylight. If you take a picture of a moving person, then the picture appears to be very blurry or blurry. In most of the photos taken by us, light is in sufficient quantity. If you see pictures in the phone, okay, but if you look in full size, the picture does not look right.
Oppo is known for its selfie camera, but in this situation, Oppo F9 Pro’s front camera did not find us as effective. After taking photographs from the front camera, the face shroud and the contents in the background are not properly captured. Edge Detection works correctly. The selfie taken at night looked like a grain-grain. When recording video from the rear camera, you will get 720p and 1080p two options. We saw Fox several times while auto-focusing on its own. The camera of Oppo F9 Pro has frustrated us.
|Sim Size||Nano SIM|
|Release Date||August 21, 2018|
|Dimensions||156.7 x 74 x 7.99 mm|
|Type||Color IPS LCD screen (16M)|
|Touch||Yes, with Multitouch|
|Size||6.3 inches, 1080 x 2340 pixels|
|Card Slot||Yes, upto 256 GB|
|VoLTE||Yes (Supports Reliance Jio)|
|Wifi||Yes, with wifi-hotspot|
|GPS||yes with A-GPS, Glonass|
|3.5mm Headphone Jack||Yes|
|Camera||Yes, 16 MP + 2 MP Dual Camera with autofocus|
|Features||Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus|
|Video Recording||Yes, 1080p @ 30 fps|
|Front Camera||Yes, 25 MP|
|OS||Android, v8.1 (Oreo)|
|CPU||2 GHz, Octa Core, MediaTek Helio P60 Processor|
|Browser||Yes, supports HTML5|
|Size||3500 mAh, Li-Po Battery|