Reviewing mobile phones once more! It may not be so obvious because I’m not one to post frequently about gadgets I’m lemming about (frankly because most of the time I’m kuripot!) but I actually appreciate a good mobile phone. Who doesn’t? In the age where people are connected thru the internet, having something to link you to everyone in a compact device is already a necessity and no longer a want.
The phone features a 5-inch “Pixel Eye” HD screen and is powered by a Qualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615 SoC, with four Cortex-A53 CPU cores, clocked at 1.7GHz and another four at 1.0 GHz.
It has an internal memory of 16GB and expandable using an SD card up to 128 GB (a huge memory is a must have for me! Especially for storing videos and photos)
I received the white one and it’s pretty light, white, and sleek. It’s built with gorilla glass which will make the front screen really strudy. It has captivative touch screen buttons with physical buttons on the side for the volume and power. To access the simcard slot, you need to use the pin and expose the simcard tray. It’s DUAL SIM and it fits both NANO and MICRO.
The device has a 5 inches screen, has 720p resolution and pixel density of 294PPI. Also, the device uses the JDI’s “Pixel Eyes” technology, which lets produce a bit thinner screen and increase the overall clarity of the display.
OPPO R1X’s camera is built with Sony IMX214 sensor with the aperture of 2.0. I’m a true-blue Sony fan and the best mobile devices use their lenses and sensors. It’s a nice feature for OPPOto have. They are at par with the popular mainstream mobile devices such as the Iphone 6 but at the fraction of the cost.
Photos Taken with OPPO R1x Camera
No filter! No editing! All shots you see below are RAW. I just gasped when I saw how brilliant the images this phone produced.
Macro shot – Ang linaw di ba?
Selfie shot: 5MP camera
As a social media addict and as a blogger, full use of R1X lasted more or less a day with me. That says A LOT. I used to own a Samsung Galaxy S4 and 4 hours will kill it already. Typical usage includes: email, text, instagram, facebook, summoner’s war (who plays? add me! kikaysikat).
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Hay, to be honest I’m a bit sad that this is just a sample phone and I will be parting with it in a few days. I actually like this phone so much especially the camera! As a blogger who always goes out and about taking pictures of products, events, and my daily life. Having a camera that produces brilliant pictures without the need for post-editing is perfect for me! It’s light, compact, sleek and absolutely gorgeous that it’s something I can wave (in private places) and be proud of owning. Not to mention it’s one of the more affordable smart phones with great specifications to boot. Teka, konting push na lang and I might purchase a unit for myself to have and to hold, to have and to own! OPPO!