OPPO is set going to introduce the F7, powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI), as the latest addition to its Selfie Expert series. Packed with a slew of new features including AI Beauty 2.0 Technology and super full screen, F7 strengthens the company’s leadership position as the Selfie Expert among young people everywhere. The F7 is expected to be launched first in India on 26th March.
OPPO introduced AI Beauty Recognition technology with the F5, making selfies more real, natural and personalised. Now, OPPO F7 will advance this further with second-gen AI Beauty technology. It features a 25MP front camera with real time High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology, plus new features including AI Beauty 2.0, Cover Shot, and AR (Augmented Reality) Stickers. F7 will not only take selfies to the next level, producing the most refined and vibrant photos but also make them a lot more fun.
25MP front camera with AI beauty 2.0
The 25MP AI Beauty Front Camera features real time HDR Technology; images taken with the F7 have a range of luminance levels when shot in bright sunlight or shade. Furthermore, extra details are captured with an expanded pixel range to improve contrast and colour to reveal a brighter, clearer and more vibrant selfie.
Using AI Beauty 2.0 technology, F7 precisely recognises and delicately beautifies each facial feature separately. This provides differentiated beautification touches for different people, e.g. male or female, in a group photo. The AI learns the beautification preferences of the user, based on the regular edits made to images in the photo album, and automatically creates similar adjustments on subsequent photos taken on the phone.
Super full screen with 19:9 aspect ratio
The F7 comes with a 6.2" FHD+ super full screen offering an 89.09% screen-to-body ratio and 2,280x1,080 resolution, bringing a completely new colourful and visual experience. The super full screen introduces a customised 19:9 aspect ratio, presenting an unprecedented screen size to play games or read, yet fits in the palm of your hand. The user can also use gestures to swiftly navigate between apps, with the full screen multitasking.