tech2 News StaffJul 18, 2016 12:12:58 IST
Chinese smartphone maker Oppo launched the F1 smartphone back in January sporting the ‘Selfie Expert’ tagline. It was a decent smartphone although it wasn't the best in it’s range and it managed to take reasonably good pictures. The company later launched the F1 Plus which was a beefier version of the F1 with better features and a large 5.5-inch display.
Today the company has announced the original F1 will be succeeded by a new smartphone which will be called the F1s. The company claims that the new smartphone will be built on the strengths of the F1 and will be one of Oppo’s core products for the second half of this year. The smartphone will again focus on photography and will come with a sleek design and snappy performance.
There is no other detail regarding the specifications or the pricing of the device but hopefully we will hear more on the upcoming smartphone soon. There is however a possibility that Oppo will finally bring its Super Vooc charging feature on the new F1s. The company has been working on Super Vooc and had demoed it at MWC earlier this year where it successfully charged a 2,500mAh battery in 15 minutes. Of course we are just speculating about the feature and there is no confirmation of even a hint from the company.
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