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OPPO F1 prices in Malaysia

Sporting an impressive camera, decent battery life, and powerful hardware, the Oppo F1 might be the smartphone you’re looking for. Read more about the Oppo F1 below to find out.

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OPPO F1 Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 1,950,000
Malaysia MYR 1,228
Singapore SGD 398
Thailand THB 8,990
Vietnam VND 5,890,000

Oppo F1 Malaysia: The Selfie Expert

Although Oppo is a relatively new brand in the smartphone scene, its handsets are becoming more and more popular due to their impressive features and affordable price. With that, it has rivaled big names such as Apple and Samsung when it comes to manufacturing quality smartphones. Speaking of which, the smartphone company created the Oppo F1 that sports a neat design and wields top-of-the-line specs. Here’s a rundown of its features and specifications.

Sleek Exterior and Build

The Oppo F1 comes with a sleek metal exterior that is pleasing to the eyes. Aside from its polished chassis, it has capacitive keys which are flanked on the front, as well as buttons for volume and power found on the sides of the device. It also has a 5-inch display that wields a 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection. Overall, the in-hand feel of the device is satisfactory and its build is perfect for one hand use, as it measures around 7.25 mm thick and has a weight about 134 grams.

Impressive Selfie Camera

The Oppo F1 is referred to as the Selfie Expert since its 8-MP front camera sports an f/2.0 aperture which improves the quality of the images. Also, you won’t have issues using it for taking low light selfies as it features a Screen Flash that enhances the brightness of pictures.

Powerful Hardware

A Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 processor is integrated into the F1’s hardware, which offers a fast and powerful performance. The chipset has eight cores clocked at 1.7 GHz and 1.2 GHz, which is impressive for a mid-range phone of this price range. Although the graphics performance is not on a par with high-end processors, it still offers a decent gaming performance. For this reason, the Oppo F1 is an ideal handset for gaming due to its good specs and low price tag.

Decent Battery Life

A skinny handset like the Oppo F1 might seem to have a small battery but comes with a decent one that can handle the demands of its display and resolution. At 2,500 mAh, the F1’s battery can last up to bedtime, with still about 30% charge left. If you want to maximize its battery life, just set the brightness to manual to make sure the battery will last all day.

OPPO F1 Expert Reviews

devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
Selling for well under £200 (US$300, AU$370) with no ties to any networks, the Oppo F1 is a phone that people out to snag a good deal can afford, Given its price, it feels great too. Smart use of metal and a slim frame give the F1 an air of the expensive,...Not everyone is going to get on with ColorOS that well. It's one of those deliberately invasive custom interfaces that gets rid of the apps menu, uses longer screen transitions and has a more angular default look, The fancy finish gets a bit less flash wh...
Update: Read the TechRadar review of the Oppo F1 Plus – it's worth considering the larger sibling phone of the Oppo F1 before you put your money down.The Oppo F1 is a phone with a mission. It wants to trick people into thinking you spent £300 (US$450, AU$...
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businesstoday.intoday.in
Reviewed on 2016-09-23
Selfie camera, designOS
For capturing images, Oppo has also added voice command and hand gestures. When the voice command is activated, photos will be taken when one says 'cheese'.Similarly, the camera app also recognises palm movements for capturing images which is slightly dif...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-02
Slim, part-metal frame, Decent camera, Very good for selfies, Good CPU/RAM comboColorOS interface looks dated, Screen quality isn't great
What is the Oppo F1? The Oppo F1 is an affordable phone that does its best to keep its low cost under wraps. It's not all-plastic, and doesn't have the chunk factor of the Moto G 3rd gen . It costs £169, making it a similar price to the 2GB RAM version of...
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techpatrl.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-02
I've always admired OPPO in terms of how they are consistent in their design and much more in the camera application. When they branded OPPO F1 as the “Selfie Expert” they did not only improved the front camera but likewise the rear camera which is the d...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-28
Excellent selfie camera, Strong performance, Low price, Beautiful, well-built metal bodyAndroid UI disappoints, Short battery life, No official U.S. network support, No fingerprint sensor, Rear camera software needs tweaking
If a selfie stick never leaves your side, and your Instagram feed is filled with pictures of your own face, then a smartphone with an excellent front-facing camera will be high on your to-buy list. What was once a niche requirement is way more sought afte...
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gadgetsmagazine.com.ph
Reviewed on 2016-04-23
Solid body yet light in the hand, Incredibly fast focusingCamera output lacks color vibrancy, Influenced by the selfie trend and the steady upsurge of apps interlaced with front cameras, companies are putting out smartphones with some of the best frontfacing cameras this techoriented generation has ever seen. Op...
The OppoF1 is undeniably a nice-looking phone. It sports an unassuming look but manages to attract curious glances with its fine and sophisticated feel. The review unit we got was in gold; a color that makes this simpleton appear extra exquisite.Upfront a...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-20
Great value, Stylish design, Decent cameraIntrusive UI, Plastic edges, Iffy auto brightness
The Oppo F1 is a phone with a mission. It wants to trick people into thinking you spent £300 ($450, AU$550) or more on a handset when you actually only forked out £160 ($249, AU$285).It does a good job too. Thin and with lots of metal on show, it comes ac...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-04-19
Great value, Stylish design, Decent cameraIntrusive UI, Plastic edges, Iffy auto brightness
The Oppo F1 is a phone with a mission. It wants to trick people into thinking you spent £300 ($450, AU$550) or more on a handset when you actually only forked out £160 ($249, AU$285).It does a good job too. Thin and with lots of metal on show, it comes...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-19
Let's face it, selfies have become an inescapable fact of the digital, mobile lifestyle today. No matter how we snicker or glare at those usually obnoxious selfie sticks (and their sometimes inconsiderate holders), selfies are not going away any time soon...
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theunbiasedblog.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-15
Selfie is not just a word that has been added to the renowned dictionaries but instead it's a huge phenomenon. There isn't a habitable corner left on this planet where people arent clicking ‘Selfies'. From celebrities to just about everyone is obsessed wi...
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ausdroid.net
Reviewed on 2016-04-14
Responsive device, Excellent camera for $299, Compact and lightweightSome apps can't get push notifications, Many apps lose their settings after a restart, Inclusion of a menu button instead of a recents button, Fastboot has been removed
The age of the Chinese Smartphone OEM dominating the market is right around the corner. I don't mean Chinese manufacturing like many OEM's already do to one degree or another, no I mean the age of a Chinese OEM who designs, builds and distributes their ow...
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techspot.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-08
The Snapdragon 616 is powerful at this price point. Good selfie camera. Decent partmetal design. Fantastic value in some regions.ColorOS is a terrible Android skin. Disappointing rear camera. Substandard display even for a budget handset. Poor value in key regions like Europe and India.
There are loads and loads of cheap Android smartphones on the market, but only a handful are actually worth buying. We've seen Motorola really dominate this segment with their Moto G and Moto E devices over the last few years, and they've frequently featu...
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filipinotechaddict.net
Reviewed on 2016-04-04
Here's another smartphone that is made for those what Oppo is calling “Selfie Experts” or selfielords. But what are the things that thet Oppo F1 can offer to the table? Let's find out with this review.Oppo F1:HARDWARE AND DESIGNWe've talked much of the ha...
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t3me.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-29
Lightweight design, Fast performanceNo NFC, Navigation keys are not backlit
Oppo's been in the smartphone market for a while from what we have learned, is that the company often focuses on consumer experience that wouldn't punch a hole in their wallet. Costing just 899 AED, the Oppo F1 was marketed as the ‘selfie expert' since it...
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firstpost.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-25
Oppo has been releasing phones on a regular basis in the Indian market. After the launch of its R7 Plus and R7 Lite series phones, Oppo announced the F1 which is geared towards the younger generation. The Oppo F1 calls itself the ‘Selfie Expert’ thanks to the 8MP camera that graces the front. It even launched the ICC T20 special edition Oppo F1 for Rs 17,990....
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unbox.ph
Reviewed on 2016-03-22
A few months ago OPPO officially announced the start of their F series of smartphones, promising a focus on photography. With that declaration, we expected that then rumored F1 would possess a better-than-average primary snapper at the expense of top-tier...
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hindustantimes.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-17
The Oppo F1 smartphone punches above its weight. So long as you don't mind the borrowed designQUICK SPECS• At a glance : Quad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53 & quad-core 1.0 GHz Cortex-A53; camera: 13MP (primary); 8MP (front); white/gold metal body• USP : Wide-an...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2016-03-17
PHONES Camera suffers in dim conditions and software has only three pre-set levels The Oppo F1 touts itself as a "Selfie Expert", like the Sony Xperia C4 and the Asus Zenfone Selfie. Such phones usually come with a higher-resolution front camera, and...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-16
The Oppo F1 touts itself as a "Selfie Expert", like the Sony Xperia C4 and the Asus Zenfone Selfie.Such phones usually come with a higher-resolution front camera, and bundled software to spruce up plain selfie portraits with skin-smoothening or eye-enlarg...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-15
Stylish design, compact size and solid build, Decent camera quality, Tons of features in the camera app, Decent battery lifeNonbacklit navigation keys, Price seems high considering the specs, Gets overshadowed by rivals
“The OPPO F1 is a phone that deserves a second look and we'll tell you why”Whenever we think of OPPO, three things come to mind – design, innovation, and premium pricing. While India has seen an onslaught of Chinese smartphone brands in the past few month...
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