Regardless of how you feel about the notch, almost all phone makers have decided they are great, apparently even to the point of highlighting the design style in the ads. Oppo has started mocking his next F7 smartphone that is headed to India, and all its advances make a point of drawing attention to its trimming along the top edge.
This should not be too surprising. At Mobile World Congress last month, iPhone X clones that imitated Apple's design everywhere. Companies struggled to talk about them during press conferences, using it as a way to make their phones look modern and advanced.
Oppo has taken things to the next logical step, actively causing the inclusion of a notch in your new phone. Instead of promoting an exciting new feature, it focuses on a completely unnecessary design decision that aims to evoke Apple's premium smartphone. He launched a full series of ads on Twitter:
1/2 Make way for the bright and bold # OPPOF7 that is equipped with an incredible super-full screen for the best visual experience, that will leave you mesmerized! pic.twitter.com/4iKeS7dz3d- OPPO Mobile India (@oppomobileindia) March 12, 2018
2/2 Make way for the bright and bold # OPPOF7 that is equipped with an incredible Super Full Screen for the best visual experience, which will leave you mesmerized! pic.twitter.com/IZOGSCLuUt- OPPO Mobile India (@oppomobileindia) March 12, 2018
For better or for worse, it is clear that the notch is here this year. It is assumed that the F7 will be announced on March 26, according to Android Central. The phone is supposed to have a 6.2-inch screen with a resolution of 2280 x 1080 and a high aspect ratio of 19: 9. The last phone in the Oppo F-series, the F5, sold for around $ 300. While the F5 had a modern design and decent specifications, it worked on a mid-range MediaTek processor.
Oppo has another phone called R15. It will also have a notch, and it is also being mocked: