Oppo has recently unveiled the F9, a smartphone with a very minimal notch that actually looks entirely exceptional. Truly, the smartphone has unique and smallest notch yet, yes even smaller than what we saw in Essential’s phone. The bonus point is, it isn’t boring or distorting the user while viewing mobile screen. It doesn’t require an additional edge on-screen status bar, nor does it seem as though it was made with a type of opening punching gadget.

The notch feels like a characteristic piece of the F9’s plan, the bezel-less screen splitting without end for a minute to let the selfie camera through before spilling back to the edge. Oppo has made a huge effort to dispose of the notch with the ultra top of the line Find X, obviously, yet the F9 is the first occasion when I’d state a phone looks straight-into preferred with its notch over it would without.

The F9 is alluring from the back side, as well. Like a few other Oppo phones, it utilizes beautiful inclinations — my unit is “Sundown Blue,” which goes from electric blue to relatively dark — however, the F9 separates itself with a broad precious stone like the example that is just noticeable from specific edges. It’s difficult to photo, yet I put forth a valiant effort.

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Notably, this isn’t a flagship phone as far as specs are concerned. The processor is an eight-center MediatekHelio P60, the screen is a 19.5:9 1080p LCD, and the 3,500mAh battery charges over MicroUSB — however, it does, utilize Oppo’s VOOC quick charging tech, which is an indistinguishable thing from OnePlus’ Dash Charge.

The F9’s essential camera is a 16-megapixel f/1.9 module with a 2-megapixel optional sensor utilized for reinforcement data, while the selfie camera is 25 megapixels at f/2.0. There’s a headphone jack, a microSD opening, a back mounted unique mark sensor, 6GB of RAM, and 64GB of capacity. It’s additionally the principal phone to utilize Gorilla Glass 6, which should make due to up to 15 drops from one meter, which I have not tried.

The F9 is coming to India and Asian markets including Indonesia, Pakistan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. It’s additionally coming to the Middle East/North Africa markets, for example, Egypt and Morocco. Price of this extraordinary smartphone remains unknown but we can expect it to cost around PKR 60,000 in Pakistan.


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