Oppo R9 Smartphone expected to launch on 17 March: The Oppo Smartphone Company is expected to launch its new model, Oppo R9, on 17th March, 2016. This new model is the successor of the Oppo R7 which was launched last year.
A couple of teasers have been released which confirm the existence of the phone and it is through these teasers that the information about the release date of Oppo R9 was revealed. The teaser ad marked by Gizmochina states that an event will take place on March 17 where this new handset, which has “9” in its name, will be launched.
Oppo R9 Smartphone expected to launch on 17 March
The Chinese tech firm had posted a teaser on its Weibo account which made it evident that the main highlight of the smartphone could be its camera. The text on the teaser states, “ This time, it is worth another ‘9’ point. #OPPO New camera phone R9 #.”
Going by the initial reports, the Oppo R9 might have a 6-inch QHD display with a pixel resolution of 1440×2560 pixels. The phone will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 CPU and would offer 3GB or 4GB RAM. The battery capacity of the device is being expected to be around 3700mAh and the phone will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The storage capacity might be of 64GB expandable storage.
The main feature of the phone is its camera and according to the reports, the device will feature a 21 mega pixel rear or main camera at the back and the front or selfie camera would be of 13 mega pixels. Being the main highlight of the handset, the camera might also have the newly launched SmartSensor image stabilization facilitates the world’s first pixel-level, sensor-based optical image stabilization and at the same time it can also improve the image’s sharpness.
The Chinese company had recently launched its Super VOOC Flash Charge battery technology, an upgraded version of the company’s VOOC Flash Charge technology, at the Mobile World Congress and rumour has it that this technology would be available in Oppo R9. The Super VOOC Flash Charge has the capacity of charging a 2500mAh battery in 15 minutes from 0 to 100 per cent.