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The OPPO F1 Plus FC Barcelona Edition is now available in Malaysia. To kick things off, an even special edition that’s signed by Messi, Neymar and Suarez will be up for auction.
In conjunction with OPPO’s partnership with the Catalan football team, OPPO had earlier announced a special FC Barcelona Edition for its current F1 Plus smartphone. If you’re a big Barça fan, you’ll be happy to know that it’s coming to Malaysia very soon.
I got stuck when writing this review for the longest time. I spent an unnecessary amount of hours staring at a blank page in Google Docs trying to come up with an angle for this smartphone. Is it remarkable? No, absolutely not. Is it terrible? Nawp, that’s not right either.
What on earth do I call the OPPO F1 Plus then?
So the OPPO F1 Plus‘ fingerprint scanner is pretty darn quick, one of the quickest out there in fact. But, being faster than another smartphone isn’t enough for OPPO, apparently. Instead, they put their new F1 Plus fingerprint technology up against something a little quicker…
In partnership with Barcelona FC, Oppo has a new pair of Oppo F1 Plus devices themed after the football club.
Feast your eyes. OPPO’s F1 Plus has arrived in all its wafer-thin magnificence hoping to take your selfie game to the next level. In terms of raw on-paper specifications, it does have a pretty good shot at it too.
OPPO‘s F1 Plus is an evolution of sorts from their original “selfie expert” the F1. Coming in at a larger size, the F1 Plus also has a better (on paper) front camera than the F1 which should delight many selfie enthusiasts.
With the upcoming selfie-centric smartphone due to launch on the 7th of April, OPPO Malaysia has opened pre-orders for the F1 Plus on their website.