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The star of the show here is the 16MP front-facing camera which boasts a wide f/2.0 aperture lens designed to make the most of any lighting.
There's obviously a limit to what it can do, but the results in low-light environments are quite impressive. If you're out and about at night and in the habit of taking a lot of selfies, then you might be swayed by this.
Oppo has also included a beauty feature that's supposed to iron out any blemishes in your face. You can slide to make yourself look rosier and pick a level of beautification. We've seen it all before and it's pretty gimmicky, but if you're in the habit of editing your selfies after taking them it might save you a bit of time.
Both the front-facing camera and the rear-facing 13MP snapper allow you to take panoramas, use beauty mode and capture time lapse videos. Oppo has also built in a wide choice of filters, but most people probably won't care about those.
The rear-facing camera may have a lower megapixel count, but it supports HDR and has an expert mode that lets you drill into ISO settings and tweak exposure and shutter speed, amongst other things.
I found the automatic settings got pretty decent results. Low light performance isn't as good as the front-facing camera, but it captures a decent level of detail and fires up quite quickly.
It doesn't support 4K video recording, but this isn't likely to be a deal breaker for many as it can record video at 1080p and 30 frames per second.
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