OPPO f1s Vs iPhone 6s+
So I got a new 📱 today. The OPPO f1s. Angel told me about it, she got one as well. I mainly brought it because my iPhone got smashed last year and it has been quite difficult to use.
I also loved the features on it.
OPPO F1s It’s labeled the Selfie Expert
It has a 16MP Front Camera, not that I take a lot of selfie’s but I want it for blogging. it has a front beauty camera with a 1/3.1-inch sensor and an F/2.0 aperture. So you can take natural-looking selfies even in low-light conditions.
Beautify // Naturally Beautiful You
It uses “facial data from millions of users, to allow users to capture their very best looks. Blemish reduction has been refined to ensure beautiful, natural-looking shots that are eye-catching for all the right reasons”. I have a couple of similar features like this on my Olympus Camera.
It has about 9 filters that you can use to change the hues of your photo. Giving you endless opportunity for taking creative, share-able photos, and a new water-marking (this I cant wait to use) some of the features it offers allows users to imprint photos with time, date, temperature and more.
By moving the ” phone from side to to side to take a wide-angle selfie. The F1s automatically stitches together the photos to make sure that the whole party gets in the shot!” Love this feature as we are often out and about in various locations.
It has a 13MP Rear Camera
Also great for Night Shots
The F1s sports a 13MP rear camera with an industry-leading imaging chip. A 1/3.06-inch sensor allows
A number of the features though are really similar to the iPhone. Such as the fingerprint reader.
I like that themes can be added, thats always fun, and an easier way to tell me if it’s my phone and not Angel’s.
I am not a fan of the Android platform, as when I last had the galaxy s3 it was quite clunky and glitchy, but this seems ok so far, quite quick on our very slow wifi connection.
I will still be using my iPhone as my main phone, on account of the fact that Android just don’t have the apps that I use such as FMS Photo-a-Day, and I don’t want to re-buy apps like Project Life & Rhona. I have also spent way too much on apps for iPhone’s over the years since I got my first iPhone in 2008.
I will be using the Oppo as a blogging phone, so an on the go journal. & lucky for me the handbag Jack gave me for my birthday has 3 mobile pockets which is a bonus for me, I did say to Angel that means I will need to get a third phone, she didn’t find that funny.