AN upgraded variant of the OPPO F1s with increased internal storage capacity and larger RAM for snappier performance will soon be available in Philippine stores.
The upgraded F1s expands storage space from 32GB to 64GB, and sports a 4GB RAM instead of the original 3GB RAM.
“The latest upgrades on the F1s shows that OPPO is unrelenting in its commitment to deliver outstanding experience for smartphone users,” said OPPO Philippines Brand Marketing Manager Stephen Cheng. “The F1s was already a masterpiece of technology and design when it made its debut in the country last year, but we never stopped looking for more ways to make it even better.”
The new phone keeps the other specifications of the original F1s including the 16-megapixel front camera for crisp and vivid selfies even in low light, thanks to a 1/3.1-inch sensor and large f/2.0 aperture.
Bigger space, better functionality
Though the upgraded F1s doubles the original’s internal storage capacity, the triple-card slot allows for an extra SD card to expand memory further by up to 128GB, enough to store more than 40,000 photos.
The expanded storage works together with the F1s’ bigger RAM and ColorOS3.0to support the phone’s octa-core processor for fast performance when launching, using, and installing apps.
OPPO Philippines is yet to announce the upgraded F1s’ release date. For more details, stay tuned on OPPO Philippines’ Facebook and Instagram pages.
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