Oppo announced the release of smartphone that is available in Pakistan from previous week. The F21 Pro from previous Friday. The initial view of phones appears to be good, however let’s dig deeper into the details.
It’s not new hardware. The F21 Pro is the much similar to Oppo Reno 7, In any case it’s you can expect that the Oppo F21 Pro 5G is launched at a price of Rs 52,999. It comes with the 6.43″ LCD display with AMOLED (60 Hz) and it has a Snapdragon 695 processor, 128GB in expandable memory, 64 megapixel camera (no ultra wide or tele-television) and a 4,500mAh battery that can charge fast at 33W (100 percent charge in the first 63 minutes).
Oppo F21 Pro 5G highlights
The chipset that supports 5G and replace it with a Snapdragon 680. The 6.43″ AMOLED display has 90 Hz refresh speed but, it also has can have a fingerprint reader in the display (instead of a side-mounted). Additionally, although the rear camera functions identical, the selfie camera has the higher resolution 32MP the IMX709 camera (up to 16 MP). The battery is identical also, 4500 mAh, and 33W of power. It is important to note that neither phone can support recording video in 4K, or even 1080p at 60fps.
Oppo F21 Pro highlights
Are the 4G models more advantageous or do you prefer to pay more for the efficiency of the chip? We don’t need to inform you that India hasn’t yet got an operational 5G service but this could change very soon (perhaps by the time the year’s end).
Some other phones might competing Oppo F21 Pro
1. Xiaomi 11i
The Xiaomi 11i, as an instance, sports a bigger 6.67″ AMOLED screen with 120 Hz refresh rate , and Dimensity 920 which is expected to outdo the Snapdragon. The Xiaomi 11i also sports a 108 MP main camera at the back of the phone, along with an 8-megapixel ultra wide camera. The battery is larger, 5160 mAh. It is charged more quickly at 67W (50 percent in just thirteen minutes). The MSRP of Rs25,000. However, you can buy the HyperCharge model with a 4500 mAh battery and a 120W charge (100 percent in 15 minutes) at Expected Rs 64,000, which is similar to an Oppo F21 Professional 5G.
2. Realme GT Master
Its Realme GT Master is a smaller model featuring the 6.43″ 120Hz AMOLED and an incredibly fast Snapdragon 778G. It comes with an unassuming 64-megapixel main camera as well as 8 Megapixel ultra wide, an incredibly small battery of 4,300 mAh with charging of 65W and a sleek exterior and all at a price of Rs 66,999 (for 8/128GB) in the event that you find the device in stock.
3. Realme 9 Pro
The Realme 9 Pro is less expensive at Rs 46,999 (6/128 8/128) and it will be available. The 6.6″ AMOLED screen cuts into 90Hz (still superior to it’s F21 Pro 5G’s 60 Hz) However, you have the Snapdragon 695 5G, and 64-megapixel camera equipped with a big sensor (1/1.56″) and OIS as well as an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera and faster charging of the battery of 5000mAh (50W and 100% charge in just 44 minutes). It is important to note that both F21 Pro models have basic IPX4 water resistance, but the Realmes don’t (the 11i includes IP53).
4. Motorola Edge 20 (Much Expensive)
It’s the Motorola Edge 20 is another Snapdragon 778G variant and comes boasts a stunning 6.7″ OLED with 144 Hz display. As with the Xiaomis Edge 20, it sports the 108 MP main camera, however it has an 8-megapixel zoom (3x zoom)) as well as a 16 MP ultra-wide. For the biggest downside, we’ll be mentioning the tiny battery of 4,000 mAh (with 30W of charging). A 8/128GB battery costs you around Rs 78,999.
Xiaomi 11i, Realme GT Master, Realme 9 Pro, Motorola Edge 20
The Redmi Note 11 is also a popular phone in Pakistan at price of Rs 34,999 on Mi.com t’s actually more of a rival for the F21 Pro because it’s equipped with the Snapdragon 695 chip. Similar to the 11i it comes with an 6.67″ AMOLED LCD (120 Hz) and an 108 MP main camera and 8 Ultra wide cameras. the battery capacity is 5 kilowatts with 67W of charging.
If you’re not interested in F21 Pro and prefer something smaller Then Redmi Note 11S (4G) is comparable to the Oppo with the same 6.43″ AMOLED screen that runs at 90Hz. It has the old Helio G96 chipset (slower, less efficient 12 nm chip) however it comes with the same main camera that has 108 MP at the back, and an 8 MP ultra-wide to boot. The battery is larger than 5,000 mAh but requires the same time to fully charge at 33W (100 percent in 58 minutes). If you want the same configuration of memory (8/128 GB) costs you around Rs 44,999.
The Realme 9 5G Speed switches to an 6.6″ screen with IPS however, it has a 144 Hz refresh rate which is hard to come at Rs. 39,999 cost. You’ll get a speedier Dimensity 810 5G chip, but it’s a smaller 48-megapixel camera (plus two 2MP helpers) and you’ll miss the water resistance. The battery’s capacity is 5,000mAh. It is charged at 30W (50 percent in the span of 25 minutes).