Oppo has unveiled the R7s, a solid mid-range smartphone set to be released later this year. Sporting a premium design, the company has not only produced a phone you'll want to look at, but the components contained aren't to be overlooked.
Inside we're looking at a Qualcomm 615 MSM8939 quad-core processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage (with support for card expansion), as well as a 3,000mAh power plant to provide ample amount of juice throughout the day.
Color options include gold and silver, the display is 5.5-inches, and Android 5.1 with ColorOS 2.1 will be loaded. Not only is Oppo boasting a 2.2mm bezel, but the company also states you'll be able to charge the R7s for just 5 minutes to get 2 hours talk time.
Head to the Oppo website for more details.
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