Launching in Australia just a month ago, Oppo is already moving fast and adding an additional colour to their range of handsets with the Oppo F1s now available in grey.

The phone originally launched in gold, but the new colour looks stylish yet not so flashy as the gold coloured option. A mid-range device, the F1s has a 5.5″ HD (1280×720) display, with a Mediatek processor under the hood paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage with a microSD card slot capable of supporting up to 128GB cards. A lightning-fast fingerprint reader, and a large 3075 mAh battery rounds out the real specs under the hood, but the camera specs on the F1s are impressive as well.

The phone is still the ‘selfie expert’ with a 16MP front camera with a screen flash that lights the screen up bright white as a makeshift flash in low-light. The phone also has a 13MP rear camera sensor so you’re not wanting for good quality photos on the rear either.

Key Specifications:Oppo F1S
Release dateAugust 2016
Screen size5.5-inch
Screen technologyLCD
Resolution1,280 x 720
Rear camera13MP
Rear aperturef/2.2
Front camera16MP
Front aperturef/2.0
ChipsetMediaTek MT6750
Core config8 x 1.5 GHz
MicroSDYes, up to 128GB
Battery3,075 mAh
Battery removable
Headphone PortYes
Headphone LocationBottom
Speaker Configuration
WIFI standards802.11 a/b/g/n
Bluetooth standards4.0
Android OSAndroid 5.1
Vendor skinColorOS 3.0
Dimensions154.5 x 76 x 7.4 mm
  • Gold
  • Rose Gold
  • Gray

At the launch of the F1s in Australia, Michael Tran, CMO Oppo Australia said

Aussies are savvy consumers who understand premium doesn’t have to mean pricey. The F1s takes the features we know our users love, such as rapid Touch Access and stunning camera technology, and packages them into an affordable device that isn’t going to break the bank. Only OPPO can deliver flagship features at this price point, and we know our customers will appreciate the value the F1s has to offer.

The phone is available from the Oppo Australia website or in-store at your local JB Hi-Fi.

Source: Oppo F1s.
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I have the R7s and OPPO do make great phones for the money.

They just don’t update them (like so many android companies) as often as they could.

So I’m hesitant to stay with OPPO when this one carks it for this reason.