Chinese smartphone Giant, Oppo, is all set to launch a successor to its popular F7 mobile, which was released last month. The new phone, which is named as the F7 Youth, will be a more budget friendly version of its predecessor.
The F7 made its mark on users with its powerful 25 MP front camera that saw it being marketed as a selfie phone and was targeted towards younger users. The F7 Youth seems to be targeting the same segment as well, with its 25 MP AI powered front camera. Reports suggest that the phone will be priced at a modest price of $260.
The device was unveiled in a leaked promo video from Myanmar, which shows it in a Diamond Black Color. The phone also seems to have no fingerprint scanner and one camera at the back of the device. In terms of design the phone bears an uncanny resemblance to Oppo’s own A3 released earlier this April.
The 25 MP selfie camera is also a part of the F7 Youth, which is built with AI technology which uses machine learning to recognizes faces & scenes and provides better photo outputs than regular cameras.
The device is also likely to be powered by the Helia P60 SoC and will run on the Android Oreo 8.1 OS. The device will feature 4 GB of RAM, although there may be another variant in the offing. However, Oppo is likely to ditch its VOOC fast charging technology, as this is exclusive to high end devices.