The Oppo F21 Pro that was launched last month is one of those smartphones that has some standing out in my eyes, not just because it’s the best phone you can buy for Rs 22,999, but for the way it looks, and for how beautiful it is. available (read more here “cool feature”).
Oppo F21 Pro 4G was launched in India in April at a price of Rs 22,999 onwards in the country. The smartphone comes with a 6.4-inch full-HD + AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate, and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset paired with 8GB of RAM. The smartphone comes with a triple rear camera setup that has a 64-megapixel primary camera and two 2-megapixel sensors. Now, I’ve been using the Oppo F21 Pro as my second phone for the past few weeks and I’ll tell you what I like about the smartphone, what I don’t like, and if you should spend your Rs 22,999 on Oppo F21. Prof. Let’s get started.
In terms of design, the Oppo F21 Pro 4G looks great. The smartphone is lightweight, and comes with flat edges that make the smartphone easy to hold and it can stand on your desk or other flat surface. The Oppo F21 Pro 4G also has an orange faux leather back panel that gives the phone a sleek and stylish look, and a rectangular rear camera with its dual color tone silver and black just adds to the quality of the back panel.
On the front, the Oppo F21 Pro 4G has a punch cutout that has been placed in the left corner of the screen. There is also a chin at the bottom of the front panel, which should not be there, but of course, one can ask for a lot. Overall, the smartphone’s design is one of the best in this segment – the super light weight, flat edges, and faux leather back panel make it one hell of a device. the watcher!
The display of the Oppo F21 Pro 4G is a 6.4-inch full-HD + AMOLED display. It’s an AMOLED display, so blacks are deeper, and colors are more vibrant. There is a 90Hz refresh rate display that makes the experience better.
The content of the display, however, is not as we expected, which you will know only if you play such as Battlegrounds Mobile India. In addition, the display is not as good as other smartphones in this segment, but it is not bad by comparison. In terms of brightness, it is not the brightest screen in this segment, but it can still be used in bright sunlight. However, watching movies and Netflix shows is a great experience on the Oppo F21 Pro 4G.
Performance and battery
In terms of performance, the Oppo F21 Pro 4G performs similarly to other mid-range phones. It’s not sluggish by any definition, but of course, the apps take at least some time to load and the startup time is also longer than I would like. There are several times that the smartphone seems a little slow when doing things like changing wallpapers, or resetting a setting.
As with other Oppo phones, ColorOS 12.1 takes a bit of the overall experience of using this smartphone. There are certain permissions you need to grant to use anything on the smartphone, and there are also a few bloatware apps here and there. While you can remove the bloatware apps easily, it is often not satisfactory for the users. Now, ColorOS 12.1 gives you a lot of features that you won’t get with stock Android or other Android skins, but that’s still not worth the fact that you have to access a lot of things though using the basic apps of Oppo. F21 Pro.
Regarding battery, Oppo F21 Pro 5G is very good. If you don’t play games on this phone, it will last for two days. However, even with games, the smartphone gave me less than five hours of screen time, which is a very good battery from the 4,500mAh unit. The 33W quick charge is also pretty fast and the smartphone takes just over an hour to fully charge. I didn’t test the time, but the payment was not slow.
The camera of the Oppo F21 Pro 4G is a triple rear camera that comes with a 64-megapixel primary camera and two 2-megapixel sensors. The camera quality is just average for normal photos. The image clicked in “extra HD” mode is very good, but otherwise, the image clicked is average. In a bright environment, it produces good images, while in the dark it struggles. There’s also a bit of AI involved with shots.
Now, while cameras are just about average, there are binoculars that are just amazing and very attractive. One of the two 2-megapixel lenses of the Oppo F21 Pro 4G can turn the cell phone into a microscope, and it works very well. This is what I like to do with the Oppo F21 4G. You can see this feature in the camera app called “microscope” and after clicking it, you need to put the camera from 4mm to 6mm away from the subject to see what your Selling naked is not possible. Great feature and put in a mid-range smartphone is very interesting.
The Oppo F21 Pro 4G is your average in the middle of the range. It’s as good as one, and the camera is as good as you’d expect from another mid-range Android smartphone in our market. However, the design and fun-factor with the microscope feature is what makes the smartphone stand out from the crowd. Obviously, what I like is the design and the microscope feature, what I don’t like is the OS and the average camera performance.
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There is no denying that there are better performing and more future-proof mid-range smartphones available in this segment. However, the Oppo F21 Pro 4G offers you something that no one in the middle offers. So if you want that trick, and if you want people to ask you what kind of phone you’re using, then the Oppo F21 Pro 4G is worth your Rs 22,999.
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