The Oppo F1 Plus was launched in 2016 and looking at the recent past, the company behind the manufacturing of the phone is not the best when it comes to rolling out software updates.
Just so as you know, Oppo is the parent company of OnePlus, the OEM that is behind the sensational OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T flagships. While the latter subsidiary of Oppo is doing everything possible to bring the latest software updates to its handsets, the parent company is doing the same as far as its phones are concerned. If anything, it is about time Oppo started rolling out software updates to its phones. As it is, the Oppo F1 Plus could be among the phones to be updated to a new software, even if it is not the latest version.
A quick look at what benchmarking website GFXBench has been doing over the recent past reveals something interesting. Apparently, there is a phone that matches the Oppo F1 Plus specs and features, including the model number R6091 and RAM capacity, but the phone in question here has a different processor. An even more interesting aspect of the listing is that the phone is based on Android Marshmallow, yet the Oppo F1 Plus was launched with Android Lollipop out of the box.
This could only mean one thing – that the Oppo F1 Plus is being tested for the year-old Android Marshmallow OS update. Even though it is not at the same level as Android Nougat, it is a great move for Oppo to update the software of this selfie monster.
The Oppo F1 Plus has a 5.5-inch display screen with a Full HD resolution. It is powered by a MediaTek Helio P10 SoC that is paired with a RAM of 4GB, same as what is in the benchmarks. The battery is at 2850mAh, which is not bad, while the cameras have a 16MP selfie sensor and a 13MP sensor on the back.