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OPPO R7 R7 Expert Reviews

thestar.com.my
Reviewed on 2015-10-19
Runs smoothly, SIM card slot doubles up as card reader, lots of handy gesture controlsRuns on outdated Android, battery life could be better
Oppo's latest Android gets a lot of things right.Oppo is starting to become a hit with Android fans looking for smartphones with fun features and friendly prices.In this review, we are
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-09-17
The Oppo R7 packs premium design into a slim, luxurious metal package. It also features Oppo's patented fast charging and you can easily get hold of it in major western marketsThe phone is expensive for its midrange hardware, and its battery life isn't that good
Oppo's R7 is a beautiful phone. It retains the metal look and feel of the superslim Oppo R5 (Oppo typically skips even numbers when it names its phones), but the larger and slightly thicker phone feels a lot more polished. The R5 had performance issues, b...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-09-17
The Oppo R7 packs premium design into a slim, luxurious metal package. It also features Oppo's patented fast charging and you can easily get hold of it in major western marketsThe battery life isn't that good given the mid-range specs
Oppo's R7 is a beautiful phone. It retains the metal look and feel of the superslim Oppo R5 (Oppo typically skips even numbers when it names its phones), but the larger and slightly thicker phone feels a lot more polished. The R5 had performance issues, b...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-16
The Oppo R7 packs premium design into a slim, luxurious metal package. It also features Oppo's patented fast charging and you can easily get hold of it in major western marketsThe phone is expensive for its midrange hardware, and its battery life isn't that good
Oppo's R7 is a beautiful phone. It retains the metal look and feel of the superslim Oppo R5 (Oppo typically skips even numbers when it names its phones), but the larger and slightly thicker phone feels a lot more polished. The R5 had performance issues, b...
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tbreak.ae
Reviewed on 2015-09-16
Metallic construction, Fast Charge, Headphone jack is back, Dual SIM or microSD expansionAverage battery life, Lack of NFC, Color OS needs work, Standard display, Similar to an iPhone
Known for its sleek designs and unique features, Oppo sets out to impress with the Oppo R7. Simple and elegant looks define the product but how is it under the hood? We take a look at the Oppo R7. Scroll down to see if its more than just an iPhone look-al...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-09-10
THE STRAITS TIMES DIGITAL BEST VALUE With cheap Chinese handsets, the common expectation is a phone with build quality that lacks heft and feels fragile. This is especially so with smaller devices, with many coming across looking more like a toy than a...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-09
With cheap Chinese handsets, the common expectation is a phone with build quality that lacks heft and feels fragile.This is especially so with smaller devices, with many coming across looking more like a toy than a smartphone.Not so the Oppo R7.The body o...
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t3me.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-27
Excellent exterior and build quality, Gorgeous AMOLED screen, Includes VOOC fast charging optionNo NFC support, Battery life could be better
Oppo's R5 smartphone turned heads and introduced a slimmer design that rivals the premium high-end competitors that are currently available. Just a few months after that, Oppo has updated its line with the Oppo R7, which you can say is a more refined vers...
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whistleout.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-24
Sharp, colourful screen, Solid performance, Oppo's ColorOS has a few nice touches, Cheaper than many phones of this qualityBattery life could be better, No unique or outstanding feature, Camera is good, but many others are better
In a market as saturated as the smartphone market, and in a time when this market is ruled by Apple and Samsung, Oppo sure has its work cut out for it. An Android-powered smartphone from a company best known from home entertainment products is going to ha...
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brisbanetimes.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-17
Oppo's R7 in gold.The five-inch screen is as good as you'll find on any flagship. The AMOLED display produces vibrant colours and deep blacks across the 1080p screen, making the R7 a great little media player.The R7 comes with last year's top-of-the-line...
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crn.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-13
When Huawei's consumer mobiles hit the Australian market, they were a tiny fish in the smartphone-sea dominated by Apple and Samsung sharks. Now that most Australians have mostly grasped how to pronounce the Chinese vendor's name, its comparatively cheape...
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mobilechoiceuk.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-12
Flash charging, Under £250, 4G, premium looks, robust battery, DualSIM option, expandable memory, same camera tech as on some Galaxy S6Still running Android 4.4, Only works on 4G with EE and 3, 16GB internal storage only
Could a phone be more like the iPhone 6? The internet is awash with questions about the Oppo R7 handset, with its 92.3 percent all-metal body, curved edges, brilliant camera and octa-core processor.The answer is that it will be hard to come up with someth...
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fatducktech.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-11
The Oppo R7 isn't quite a premium phone, although it looks the part. As a mid-range offering it's very solid value indeed.Mid-range Android phones occupy an unusual space right now, simply because while at the top end there's all the innovation and fashio...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-10
Low price, Stylish, refined design, Bundled accessories including fast chargerColorOS skin may be annoying, Mediocre loudspeaker, Middling battery life
Buying a flagship smartphone is the easiest way to get yourself direct access to a device you know is going to be good — but you can spend a lot less and still get an excellent handset, especially if you pick one from a company like Oppo or Huawei or OneP...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-05
Great AMOLED screen, Slender, metal unibody, 8 megapixel front camera, Fast charging, Dual-SIM capableHeavy Android overlay
Many trophies line the mantle at Oppo's offices. One reads “first smartphone with a 1440p screen”. Another reads “first smartphone compatible with fast charging”. Engraved on a third is “world's thinnest smartphone at 4.85mm”. These proverbial trophies le...
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theaustralian.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-04
To say the Oppo R7 is an iPhone 6 rip-off when it comes to design would be an understatement. Everything from the rounded edges and metallic back through to the default wallpaper and the sliding camera menu reeks of Apple's magic looks.Given there's no An...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-04
Fairly comfortable to hold, Thin and includes the 3.5mm jack (w00t!), Decent battery life lasting one to two days, Camera quality ain't bad at all, Includes a case in the box, Can operate as either dual SIM or with a microSDColorOS operating system has quite a few quirks, Performance is a little shaky, No backlighting for the bottom buttons, Old style menu button included, well past what Google recommends, While dual SIM is a positive, nanoSIM owners miss out on a microSD sl...
Slim phones shouldn't cost a fortune, and Oppo appears keen to give consumers what they want, packing the best of both worlds into one neato sub-$500 package. Is this a great deal?Oppo's latest take on the smartphone is the R7, a metal wrapped smartphone...
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musicphotolife.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-01
What happens after you have built the slimmest smartphone so tough that it can crack walnuts? Oppo takes a bold move to step away from the “slimmest” accolade in the new R-series smartphone.This time round, OPPO arranged a one-to-one meet-up with me inste...
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androidaustralia.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-08-01
Premium metal unibody design and build, Attractive price point, Impressive frontfacing 8MP camera, VOOC rapid charging, THEColorOS 2.1 has its fair share of bugs, Device slows with little effort, Capacitive nav button arrangement makes multitasking difficult, NFC again absent
The more premium end of the mid-range market of smartphones has been relatively dormant for some time and of the devices that have been available, a good number aren't particularly flashy or elegant, despite the price bump for specs. Enter OPPO R7, the “s...
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phonesreview.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-07-23
Back in May the Oppo R7 and Oppo R7 Plus were made official. The phones released first for China and are now coming to further markets. The smaller of the two phones is the R7, and some readers may be trying to decide whether to purchase it. With that in...
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