Oppo, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is planning to launch the new smartphone in its F- series likely to be dubbed as Oppo F9. Further, a few days ago, the company has teased the launch of Oppo F9 Pro in India. Now the company has started teasing the launch of Oppo F9 on Twitter which suggests that the company would unveil it in Vietnam on 5th August 2018, however it is not confirmed date.
The photos of Oppo's upcoming smartphone has appeared on the internet which reveals a lot about the Oppo F9 color, design, cameras position and fingerprint sensor. The images that were leaked previously pointing towards that Oppo F9 and F9 will be identical to each other in terms of design and will come with a 'Waterdrop' on the front.
Firstly, the latest images reveal that the Oppo F9 and Oppo F9 pro are likely to be available in two colors options: Twilight Blue and Sunrise Red. An alleged images reveal that Oppo F9 has horizontally placed dual cameras positioned on the top- left side which is followed by an LED, but it is not clarified whether it is a dual- tone flash or simple. An oval- sized fingerprint scanner has a silver outline which is positioned just underneath the rear cameras. The smartphone has a diamond finish and glass back that we can see in the leaked images.
Also the 'Waterdrop' notch has been teased by the company in upcoming Oppo F9 and F9 Pro. The upcoming F- series smartphones will come with a single- front-facing camera which is placed in the triangular notch. The smartphones have a thin- bezels around the corners and also has a thin- chin at the bottom edge. Further, the report claims that the Oppo F9 will have a 25MP selfie camera integrated with AI-powered features which allow the users to capture bright photos in all lighting conditions. We can see there is a cut on the bottom edge for the headphone jack.
A few days ago, the specifications of Oppo F9 Pro were leaked on the internet which suggests that the Oppo upcoming smartphone will come with VOOC charging technology which is rated to deliver two hours of talk time only in five minutes of charging, claims reports.