Oppo introduced its F19 series earlier in the calendar year, in India. Oppo introduced four new phones, including F19, F19s, F19, F19s, F19 Pro and F19 Prowith 5G. It’s been weeks since its launch but there is a report that claims it is the F21 launch is coming soon. Oppo will revamp the F-series when it launches of its F21 series by the end of the year.
According to the report 91Mobiles report suggests that the company will release the next smartphone in its mid-range line in India in the quarter-year beginning of 2022. Let’s have a glance at details about the Oppo F21 series India launch timing, price as well as other information revealed ahead of the launch.
Oppo F21 series India launch date
Oppo will launch its F21 range within India by the end of March in 2022 according an article. The company hasn’t announced the launch date of its mid-range range. But, 91Mobiles claims that the launch will occur in India in the quarter-year beginning of 2022. The report also provides some information about the design features of the handsets. It also reveals that the F21 series will have an “sleek and stylish design” According in the article. The F-series has always been about slim lines and an attractive style. This one shouldn’t come as unexpected.
The 91Mobiles report also states that the company plans to launch the phones in India between the range of Rs 20,000 to Rs 30,000. Two smartphones are scheduled to be launched the next calendar year India. They are likely to come in the form of F21 and the F21 as well as the F21 Pro. Contrary to the F19 series, where it was the only Pro+ variant supported 5G and Pro+, both of the devices in the F21 series will likely to be compatible with 5G networks.
There’s no information regarding the anticipated specifications of the devices. We’ll get more information in the near future. The F21 series is expected to include upgrades to the performance and camera. It could have up to 64 MP primary camera sensors. They could also have larger capacities than that of those in the F19 series. As is expected, there will be rapid charge support for both handsets.
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