Take a look at the first real television ads for the Oppo R7 and the Oppo R7 Plus

Take a look at the first real television ads for the Oppo R7 and the Oppo R7 Plus
At last, we get to see both the Oppo R7 and the Oppo R7 Plus in action. Both handsets are starring in a pair of television commercials for the Chinese market. And that means if you can't understand the audio portion of the spots, don't start worrying that you are having a stroke; the ads are in Chinese. The Oppo R7 features a 5-inch, 1080 x 1920 resolution which works out to a pixel density of 441ppi. The 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 615 CPU is under the hood. 3GB of RAM is inside along with 16GB of native storage. A 20.7MP camera adorns the back of the handset, which is powered by a 2320mAh battery. The Oppo R7 is priced at the equivalent of $483.

The Oppo R7 Plus, which we showed you earlier this morning, offers a larger screen and a fingerprint scanner on back. Both models are equipped with VOOC rapid charging.  The second ad focuses on the rapid charging, which will give users two hours of battery life with a five-minute charge.

There is still much to learn about both models and the education process will begin on May 20th. That's the day when Oppo is expected to officially introduce the Oppo R7 and Oppo R7 Plus. At that time, we should learn more about the specs of the R7 Plus along with pricing for the premium model. At the same time, the manufacturer is sure to give us information about the phones' availability. 

Check out the first ads for the Oppo R7 and Oppo R7 Plus by clicking on the video below.




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source: YouKu via Anzhuo (translated)

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