Oppo F21, F21 Pro+ details LEAK: This is when it could launch

Oppo F21, F21 Pro+ set to launch in India in a few months. Both the phones will succeed the Oppo F19 series devices from 2021.
| Updated on Dec 04 2021, 03:41 PM IST
Oppo F21, F21 Pro+: Oppo is planning to launch the F21 series in late March 2022.
Oppo F21, F21 Pro+: Oppo is planning to launch the F21 series in late March 2022.

Oppo F21, F21 Pro+ are set to launch in India within a few months! The latest leaks regarding Oppo's most popular smartphone lineup reveals the company's plans to launch these phone in first quarter of 2022. Both these smartphones are expected to succeed the Oppo F19 and F19 Pro+ in India, both of which were launched in early 2021.

Based on a leaked report from 91Mobiles, it seems that Oppo is planning to launch the F21 series in late March 2022. Oppo could host the launch event between March 17 and March 22. No specifications or features have been leaked yet but the sources say these F21 devices will have a superior design to the Oppo Reno 7 series.

Oppo F21 series leaks months ahead of launch

The Oppo F series is currently one of the more popular smartphone from Oppo in India, along with its high-end Reno series devices. No details have emerged on the F21 devices but this leak suggests that Oppo may release the F21 Pro+ before the standard model.

Our speculations hint at a device similar to the Realme GT Master Edition, given that Oppo's F series devices have been loosely based on the Realme X series in the past (now GT series).

Hence, it won't be surprising to see Oppo offering the Snapdragon 778G chipset on the F21 Pro+. This model could also get trendy features such as a 120Hz AMOLED display, a 64MP triple rear camera, and a battery setup similar to the Realme device. Again, these are just our speculations and Oppo is yet to reveal anything officially on this front.

On the other hand, the company is expected to brings its Reno 7 series in India. Similar to the last-gen Reno 6, Oppo will only have a Reno 7 and Reno 7 Pro in the country; no Reno 7 SE. Both phones have are expected to be priced largely similar to the previous versions, given that the changes are mostly skin deep.

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First Published Date: 04 Dec, 03:41 PM IST
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