As far as the release of the Oppo F7 is concerned, the company has started to share teasers of the latest smartphone along with a unique aspect of using Indian cricket team's players to market the phone. The company has not revealed any detail about the upcoming smartphone at the time of writing except the tweet asking users to guess the name of the cricketer. Like every year, Oppo is expected to announce young Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya as its new brand ambassador. Another highlight of the Oppo F7 will be the Notch display, and the irony here is Oppo marketing the feature as 'Awesome Notch Screen'. A successor to last years flagship, the Oppo F5, the new smartphone is likely unveiled on 26 March. The design appears to be nearly similar to the Oppo R15, slated to be unveiled in the company's home market China later this month.
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Gizmochina reported that Oppo had also tweeted the launch date of the device as 26 March but the company later on deleted the tweet. Focusing on the Oppo F7 in the front, we can see the smartphone having a Full View display along with a Notch same as the iPhone X. Apart from that, the Oppo F7 will be released in India on March 27. So, one can expect the launch on the same date. The report also states that the Oppo F7 will come with a 6.2-inch FHD+ display with an impressive screen-to- body-ratio of 89.09 percent. Being a selfie expert edition, the new Oppo F7 smartphone to feature 25 Megapixel of front facing camera as selfie camera on board. Well, Vivo's sibling OPPO (both are owned by BBK Electronics) is going to launch the OPPO F7 in India, and, not-so-surprisingly, it too will be featuring a notch. The image of the phone also reveals the presence of a 3.5 mm headphone jack on the bottom of the device.
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