Friday, May 19, 2017

Oppo F1s full specifications reviews and price in bangladesh 2017

Oppo F1s

You Need Oppo F1s price in Bangladesh just read this content. The OPPO F1s is called itself as Selfie Expert. And of course, it is. Furthermore, of the final size of the pictures with the forward camera of 16 MP, the Chinese manufacturer includes different tools to make easier the auto photos. The OPPO F1s has 0.3 inches sensor and a specialized software which makes more beautiful the results of the pictures.
OPPO performances an excellent development of its phones. And, the F1S model isn’t the exception to this rule. It has an elegant metallic body made of aluminum with a rounded design which at first view it’s similar to an iPhone 6. A big screen, an acceptable frame and a Home button that is a fingerprint reader. The efficacy and speed seem to be wonderful; OPPO claims that its F1S model gets unlocked in 0,2 seconds.
The protection is a prominent feature too: the screen crystal of the phone is a Corning Gorilla Glass 4 with a 2,5D effect in the frames. The F1S include a privacy protection software and an Avast virus scanner to avoid malware risk in the phone. The battery of the smartphone promises to be unreal and incredible. According to APPO and after realizing real rests of the phone with a robotic arm, the F1S phone support more than fourteen hours in continuous use.
If we take in mind all the innovative features of this phone, the F1S model has an affordable price of 275 USD.

Oppo F1s Price in Bangladesh: 23,900 BDT

 Oppo F1s full specifications reviews and price in bangladesh 2017


Technology: GSM / HSPA / LTE
Announced in January 2016. Released the August, 16 of 2016. Available.
Dimensions: 143.5 x 71 x 7.3 mm
Weight: 136 g.
Type: LCD touchscreen. 16M colors.
Size: 0.5 inches.
Resolution: 720 x 1280 pixels
Multitouch: Yes
OS: Android OS, v5.1 (Lollypop)
Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8939v2 Snapdragon 616
CPU: Cortex A53
GPU: Adreno 405
Processor: Snapdragon 616
RAM Memory: 3GB
Internal Memory: 16 GB
Card Slot: Yes. Up to 256 GB.
Internal: 16 GB, 3GB RAM
Primary: 16 megapixels, autofocus, LED flash
Features: Face detection, HDR, panorama
Video: 1080p@3fps
Secondary: 8 MP, f/2.0, 1/4″ sensor size, 1080p
Alert Types: MP3
LoudSpeaker: Yes
3.5mm Jack: Yes

WLAN: Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth: V4.0
GPS: Yes
RADIO: Fm Radio
USB: OPPO F1S model has a USB v2.0
Sensors: Accelerometer, proximity, compass
Browser: HTML5
Java: No
The F1S phone has a non-removable battery LiPo 2500 mAh battery
This phone offers two colors: Gold and White.
Oppo F1s Price in India Rs. 16,990 
Oppo F1s Price in Malaysia : RM 1,198.00 
The F1S phone is a phone designed for that person who loves take selfies. Furthermore, it has a beautiful design which makes it attractive to the customer. The GPU and RAM are competitive to run games and apps. The Android OS is the latest version launched by Google. I bought this phone as an alternative to the popular brands of phones on the market. I’d finish in love with this phone, especially with its features and forward camera. if you’re looking an affordable, efficient and speedy phone, the OPPO F1S is your option. One of my favorite features is the Double SIM slot which allows to me has to number lines in my device. And the SD slot up to 256 GB. The OPPO brand always makes incredible smartphones and the F1S is one of them.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

iPhone 8: Release date, price, rumours and news about Apple's 2017 iPhone

Apple only just launched its iPhone 7 a few months ago, but many eyes are already turning to next year's model, the iPhone 8, which is expected to be Apple's biggest launch in years


Yes, we know, the iPhone 7 was only released in September. But with this year's model featuring only iterative upgrades, many Apple fans are already looking ahead to the iPhone 8.
2017 marks the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, which was first announced by Steve Jobs on 9 January 2007, and released later that year on June 29.

Given the momentous occasion, rumour has it that Apple has been holding back some of its most groundbreaking features for next year's model - which many expect to be called the iPhone 8.
We've rounded up all the latest rumours and leaks, so if you're unimpressed by the iPhone 7's features, you'll know what next year's update has in store.

Latest news

Apple is rumoured to be working on three versions of its next iPhone, including a 5-inch model to sit between its existing 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch handsets.
Japanese blog Mac Otakara reports that all three models will boast identical specifications , citing sources within Apple's Taiwanese supply chain.
The 5-inch version is also rumoured to feature a dual-lens camera, with iSight modules arranged vertically instead of horizontally.

Release date

Apple traditionally releases its latest iPhone in the first two weeks of September, in good time for the start of the Christmas shopping season.
So far, there's nothing to suggest the company will break with tradition. That means we can expect Apple to unveil its new handset either the week of September 4 or September 11.
Then again, with it being a special anniversary, Apple may choose to pick a different date for the launch. If Apple is feeling particularly nostalgic, it may opt for June 29 - the same day the first iPhone was released.


It's unlikely that Apple's iPhone 8 will be any easier on the wallet than previous models, but it may not be much more expensive.
In past years, Apple has launched its new handset at roughly the same price point as the previous model, and simultaneously knocked around £100 off the cost of the previous model.
Apple's 32GB iPhone 7 costs £599, while the iPhone 7 Plus starts at £719.
That should give you a fairly good idea of what the iPhone 8 will cost - although if it does get a major design ovehaul, we wouldn't be surprised if Apple increased the price a bit.

The tick-tock cycle refers to Apple releasing a new design every two years, and new features within the same casing on alternate years (which are usually known as "s" models).
However, rumour has it that Apple is moving to a three-year cycle on major iPhone refreshes.
This, combined with the fact that next year is the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, suggests that Apple's 2017 model will be a fairly major upgrade.