Priced at P23,990 (approximately $477), the phone will go against the P19,990 ($397) Vivo V5 Plus (click for full specs), that other device that has dual cameras on the front. While other brands slug it out in the rear-camera arena, these two are taking the battle to the front.
But is comparing the two smartphones really like comparing apples to apples? We had thought so — until we got a review unit of the OPPO F3 Plus last week.
It turns out that the F3 Plus has a different dual-camera system. A 16-megapixel sensor takes care of the high-resolution solo shots while an 8-megapixel one is tasked to shoot 120-degree wide-angle selfies. See the resized sample selfies below.[sciba leftsrc=”https://www.revu.com.ph/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/OPPO-F3-Plus-sample-selfie_regular-1a.jpg” leftlabel=”Regular shot ” rightsrc=”https://www.revu.com.ph/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/OPPO-F3-Plus-sample-selfie_wide-angle-1a.jpg” rightlabel=”Wide-angle shot” mode=”horizontal” width=””]
Sample selfies. Take note that they’re resized[sciba leftsrc=”https://www.revu.com.ph/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/OPPO-F3-Plus-sample-selfie_regular-3a.jpg” leftlabel=”Regular shot ” rightsrc=”https://www.revu.com.ph/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/OPPO-F3-Plus-sample-selfie_wide-angle-3a.jpg” rightlabel=”Wide-angle shot” mode=”horizontal” width=””]
Another set of sample selfies taken with the OPPO F3 Plus
Which is different from how Vivo’s system is set up.
The V5 Plus’ 20-megapixel Sony IMX376 1/2.78-inch sensor works in tandem with an 8-megapixel sensor to give your selfies that background blur or bokeh effect. Check out the resized sample selfies we included in our Vivo V5 Plus review.