The OPPO F3 Plus is currently the most hyped upper-midrange phabet right now.
To counter it, Samsung has unleashed the GalaxyC9 Pro.
They match very well as both have similarities design, screen size, processor and battery life.
They only differ in RAM size, camera and audio technology.
The Chinese handset manufacturer has managedto literally disrupt the flagship segment posing problems for various other OEMs thatplay around that price segment.
While Samsung also tapped the phablet segment earlier thisyear with its Galaxy C9 Pro which is probably the best phablet you can buy right now.
However,Oppo launched its new F3 Plus smartphone which based on the specifications is a shootoutGalaxy C9 Pro.
For the design aspect, there is a lot goingon here.
While all two devices sport similar design aesthetics, the overall feel and formfactor.
Oppo F3 Plus and the Galaxy C9 Pro share the same six-line antenna lines at theback which also curves around the edges making it identical if we ignore the camera module.
While the Oppo F3 Plus has the camera along with a LED flash, placed on the top left corner,Samsung went in for its trademark square-shaped camera placement on the top centre.
One thing which you should note here is that the camera hump at the back is the least inthe Galaxy C9.
Galaxy C9 Pro offers Gold, Pink Gold and Black colour options and the Oppo F3 Plus sells in Black and Gold colour options.
While boththe Galaxy C9 Pro and Oppo F3 Plus sports a 6.
0-inch Full HD display.
Also, the oneon the C9 Pro is also an AMOLED panel while Oppo went in for an IPS LCD display for theF3 Plus.
In figures, both the Galaxy C9 Pro and Oppo F3 Plus are powered by a 1.
95 GHz Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 chipset coupled with Adreno 510 GPU.
Moreover, Oppo F3 Plus comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage while the Galaxy C9 Pro has squeezed in 6GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
The internal storage on the C9 Pro and Oppo F3 Plus is expandablewhereas we get a 128GB option.
In terms of performance, you will not notice a lot of difference between the Galaxy C9 Pro and Oppo F3 Plus.
Both the devices also run on Android 6.
0 Marshmallow with ColourOS 3.
0 on the Oppo handset and Samsung’s own UI in the C9 Pro.
While both the skins are not perfect in terms of optimisations andbattery, both of them keep you satisfied Galaxy C9 Pro and Oppo F3 Plus packs in a4000 mAh battery.
What’s important to note here is that the Galaxy C9 Pro and Oppo F3Plus comes with a bigger 6-inch screen, so they are bound to suck a little more battery on a day-to-day basis.
Galaxy C9 Pro also sports a Super AMOLED display which might save up some percentage of juice at the end of the day.
For the verdict onthis one, we would go for the Galaxy C9 Pro followed by the Oppo F3 Plus.
This new device from Oppo sports a dual front camera set up with a combination of 16-megapixel and an 8-megapixel sensor with f/2.
The dual camera setup will basically helpusers get a wide-angle selfie pictures.
Flipping the device, the back of the Oppo F3 Plus features a 16-megapixel sensor with f/1.
phase detection autofocus, OIS and dual-LED (dual tone) flash.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, on the other hand, sports a 16-megapixel camera both at the front and back with a f/1.
9 aperture with dual-tone LED flash at the back.
Another point to note is that while the Oppo F3 Plus can record up to 4K.
Galaxy C9 Pro maxes out at 1080p resolution when recording.
Now here comes the tough part.
Before jumping to the final verdict, let’s look at theprice first.
Oppo F3 Plus is priced at $480.
while the Galaxy C9 Pro is available for purchase for $575.
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