Recently, a rumor surfaced on the web via a Philippine online retailer that the device Oppo F5 will come with a 12MP dual front camera setup. Now a photo released from Thailand revealed that the device Oppo F5 will come in three versions including a standard Oppo F5, a more powerful Oppo F5 6 GB and a more affordable Oppo F5 Youth.
The vanilla Oppo F5 will include 18:9 FullView display with 2160 x 1080 resolution, 4GB RAM, front-facing camera of 20MP and will run on Android Marshmallow 6.0. The second version of the device Oppo F5 6 GB will have 6GB RAM and the third version Oppo F5 Youth will have a front-facing camera of 16MP along with other feature such as the Facial Unlock and the intelligent beauty filters.
The poster revealed that the all the three versions will be available for pre-orders along with freebies like VIP card, Oppo bag, and a gift bag.
According to the latest rumor, the device Oppo F5 will have a 6-inch FHD+ display with the resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels pixels in an 18:9 ratio. It will have 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage capacity. It will be either powered by Snapdragon 625, 630 or 660 chipset. It features A.I. Beauty Recognition technology which uses artificial intelligence to recognize skin tone and type, the gender and age of all subjects within an image and analyze environment lighting conditions by referencing other facial images from a massive global photo database, to beautify a selfie shot.
The A.I. technology will scan more than 200 facial recognition spots, learning the unique facial features of a subject like the nose, cheek, lower jaw etc. to make the best enhancements for each image, regardless of the facial expressions or shooting angle. The A.I. will also self-learn and enhance each shot, as it takes more and more selfies.
It will feature dual rear camera of 12/16MP and a front-facing camera of 20MP with LED flash. It will be powered by a 4000mAh battery.
We have to wait few more days for more confirmed information, when it will be announced on 26th October,2017.
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