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Mar 20, 2017 12:13 PM EDT

Oppo F3 Plus: Incredible Specs Reveal A Serious Battle with Xiaomi Phone; Debuts in 5 Countries Soon!

Oppo F3 Plus latest leak suggests monster smartphone ready to compete in mid-range class. Details here!

Oppo F3 Plus weighs 185 grams and sports 6-inch display. The handset reportedly rocks a 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of inbuilt storage. It's pitted against the Redmi Note 4 due to the Snapdragon 635 powering the device.

To put into perspective, the Redmi Note 4 offers Snapdragon 625 under its hood, with the highest model sporting 4 gigs of RAM, too.

Back to Oppo F3 Plus, the leak suggests a better optics department. For instance, the front camera is said to get a dual-lens module with 16 MP unit, and 8 MP unit respectively. At the back, the rear shooter gets 16 MP sensor, according to IndiaToday. However, this isn't in line with the latest unveiling at GFX Bench that suggests a single camera module for its front-facing shooter instead.

As far as the battery is concerned, Oppo F3 Plus will be equipped with a 4,000 mAh battery capacity. For the features, Oppo F3 Plus won't support NFC but the latest leaked video suggests that it will have a fast-charging feature.

Additionally, VR-Zone revealed that Oppo F3 Plus will run Android Marshmallow out of the box. It's been officially announced that Oppo F3 Plus will launch in five Asian countries namely Indonesia, India, Thailand, Myanmar and Philippines.

Oppo and Xiaomi are both among the big players in Asian market, according to Fortune. Albeit the mediocre specifications, both brands are respectively making an ambitious move. Oppo F3 Plus will push through the South East Asia regions and so does Xiaomi with its Redmi Note 4. It is the fastest-selling phone in India and it's interesting to find out if Oppo F3 Plus sales will surpass the former.

Check out Oppo F3 Plus leaked specs in the video below!

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