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OPPO R7 Plus prices in Philippines

The limited edition Oppo R7 Plus is Oppo’s flagship line of smartphones. Stylish, sleek and minimalistic, the Oppo R7 Plus keeps your updated in style. Read more about Oppo R7 Plus below.

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7 Offers from 3 stores available from ₱ 21,990.00 - ₱ 23,031.00

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Prices updated on 26 Jun 2017

OPPO R7 Plus Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 6,800,000
Malaysia MYR 1,972
Philippines PHP 21,990
Singapore SGD 419
Thailand THB 13,990
Vietnam VND 8,490,000

About OPPO R7 Plus Philippines

Oppo’s limited edition Oppo R7 Plus Philippines

Among all limited edition smartphones, the Oppo R7 Plus is the one you want to get. In the race for the thinnest smartphone in the world, Oppo R7 Plus certainly makes headlines. Oppo has pushed the boundaries in size and form of the Oppo R7 Plus. A glass finish makes the outer casing interesting and easy to hold in the palm of your hand. It is 4.85mm thin from the side. On the top, you’ll find the headphone jack and speaker. On the bottom you’ll find the microUSB cable. Along with capacitive buttons, all these features allow for seamless design in the Oppo R7 Plus’ exterior.

Oppo R7 Plus Philippines - Top of the range specs

Boasting a 6 inch 1080p display at 423ppi, the Oppo R7 Plus vivid graphics make for perfect viewing. Colours are vibrant and saturated and clarity is bright even when out in sunlight. Ultimately, it’s what’s underneath that attracts every user. Dual SIM card capabilities bring a variety of uses to this awesome handset. With a Snapdragon 410 (Optacore 64-bit processor) Adreno 306 with 2GB of RAM, processor speed is fast enough for daily applications and tasks. Apps sometimes take a few seconds to load, but the 16GB of internal storage allows for more memory space.

For the camera, the rear camera is 13MP with a variety of app features along with downloadable add-ons to customize your photography. Some of Oppo R7 Plus’ key features in the camera app are the low light (slow shutter speed) setting that allows you to shoot in lower light conditions, granted you have a steady hand. The camera captures vivid colours even indoors making it suitable for capturing stills of food and indoor activities. Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and Wi-Fi capabilities all come standard with the Oppo R7 Plus. Finger print security ensures maximum security for the Oppo R7 Plus. Some Samsung-ish features such as the motion sensing features are present. Overall, the Oppo R7 Plus is a limited edition smartphone that you definitely want to buy!

Expert Reviews

yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-25
Premium design, Curved screen, Exceptional display quality (saturated, true blacks), Fluid UI, Impressive camera, Longlasting battery lifeGlossy display produces unwanted glares
Locally launched just last week, the OPPO R7 Plus is obviously the bigger brother to the R7 Lite and packs rather heavy internals. With an edge-to-edge AMOLED display, Snapdragon octa-core CPU, and 4,100mAh of battery, how would this midrange phablet fare...
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unbox.ph
Reviewed on 2015-09-15
Phablets are big business – almost every phone brand has released a phone that has a screen of 6-inches or more in recent memory. From Sony to Samsung to Huawei and Lenovo , brands know that there will always be people who want a phone with a large displa...
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unbox.ph
Reviewed on 2015-09-04
Earlier this year OPPO teased a brand-new phone that seemingly had zero side bezels. It was a move that was uncharacteristic of the Chinese company, one that usually holds the details of their devices close to their chest. After a couple of months, we fin...
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mobilechoiceuk.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-16
Mammoth battery, VOOC fast charging 10 mins = 2hrs, premium metal body, Fingerprint scanner, Good cameraMammoth size, Unnecessary UI, No NFC
I first reviewed an Oppo device a few months back. It was the Oppo R7 and that review opened my eyes to how manufacturers can cram phones full of cool features and yet not charge the Earth. The Oppo R7 Plus is further proof of that statement. For under £3...
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techpp.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-13
B ack in 2011, when Samsung launched the Galaxy Note smartphone which came with a humongous 5.3-inch display, some users and journalists were up in arms to protest this absurd size on a smartphone. Lest did they know that it's beginning of a trend of big...
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gadgetstouse.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-07
China-based manufacturer Oppo has released the Oppo R7 Plus and R7 Lite in India recently, the Oppo R7 Plus was priced at INR 29,990 and it seemed a little over priced to us when we first saw the device. But, since I started using the device on a regular...
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digit.in
Reviewed on 2015-11-05
Wellbuilt, Superb battery life, Distinctive camera performanceAverage performer, Overpriced
I have never been a fan of big screen phones, although my viewpoint has somewhat altered over time, most recently due to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. There is no denying that big phones, which fall into the phablet category, are better for viewing high reso...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-10-23
The Oppo R7 Plus has a quality build and a battery life that borders on the jawdropping.Oppo's proprietary launcher leaves a little to be desired and the phone's sheer size will put off a few people
With the R7 Plus, Oppo is going big. The super-sized phone sports Oppo's biggest screen to date, with a 6-inch AMOLED display packed into the frame. Ostensibly a larger version of the Oppo R7, the Plus adds a few other features, such as an enormously long...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-10-23
The Oppo R7 Plus has a quality build and a battery life that borders on the jawdropping.Oppo's proprietary launcher leaves a little to be desired and the phone's sheer size will put off a few people
With the R7 Plus, Oppo is going big. The super-sized phone sports Oppo's biggest screen to date, with a 6-inch AMOLED display packed into the frame. Ostensibly a larger version of the Oppo R7 , the Plus adds a few other features, such as an enormously lon...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-22
The Oppo R7 Plus has a quality build and a battery life that borders on the jawdropping.Oppo's proprietary launcher leaves a little to be desired and the phone's sheer size will put off a few people
With the R7 Plus, Oppo is going big. The super-sized phone sports Oppo's biggest screen to date, with a 6-inch AMOLED display packed into the frame. Ostensibly a larger version of the Oppo R7 , the Plus adds a few other features, such as an enormously lon...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-16
Responsive, clear display, Beautiful allmetal buildA bit too large to handle, Fingerprint sensor is difficult to reach, Overpriced
"The OPPO R7 Plus is a 6-inch smartphone loaded with premium features. Our review"Chinese brand OPPO has been around in India for well over a year, but unlike its counterparts that are more focussed on affordable smartphones, it has chosen to go down a di...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-13
Attractive all-metal design. Excellent battery life. Snappy performance. Good price.Mixed camera quality. Heavy UI layer. Tinny speaker
At first glance, the Oppo R7 Plus looks like a lot the Apple iPhone 6s Plus—to the point that my colleague mistook it for one. That's not a bad thing, considering Apple's phablet is one of the best-looking devices on the market, and you can get the unlock...
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fatducktech.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-13
The Oppo R7 Plus continues Oppo's trend of making somewhat iPhone-esque designs work at a price point considerably below that of Apple's premium designs.I've commented previously on Oppo's pitch to the Australian market seemingly centering on phones that...
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fonearena.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-06
Beautiful Design, Brilliant Display, Good Camera, Good Audio Quality, Fast Fingerprint Sensor (Can Unlock Directly from Sleep)Slippery due to the smooth back surface, Uncertainty of Updates, Video Recording maxes out at 00p Resolution
It's been a while since Oppo launched in India however its devices haven't received as much traction as its sister company, the OnePlus. OnePlus introduced the Oneplus One last year and the OnePlus 2 this year and both the devices are quite sought after...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-01
Good design and build quality, Competent pair of cameras, Satisfying battery lifeDisplay not very true to life, Poor video shooting quality, Poor gaming performance and some UI lags
Oppo's R7 series of smartphones is the Chinese manufacturer's strategic force for conquering the mid-range category, where devices aim to offer quality design and satisfactory performance at a more affordable price point compared to brand-name flagship s...
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androidaustralia.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-10-01
Outstanding battery life, backed by VOOC flash charge, Quality metal unibody construction, Vibrant 6inch display with great viewing angles, Touch fingerprint reader, THEChipset while snappy, isn't entirely becoming of the price tag, No NFC, Inconsistent main camera, poor dynamic range, Rear speaker susceptible to muffling when inhand or flat
If the past few years have shown anything in the smartphone space, it's that interest in phablets are on the rise. The melding of phone with a screen size that borders tablet territory makes for an intriguing proposal for folks out there who wish to consu...
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Pocketnow.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-26
Oppo has spent the last few generations of its R lineup building devices that defy the boundaries of design. The R5 was about thinness, The R7 about elegance and reliability, and with the R7 Plus, let's just say size is just part of the story. The Plus de...
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crn.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-09-25
Chinese smartphone vendor Oppo had its first crack at the Australian market with its mid-range handset, the Oppo R7. We thought the phone was a fantastic first entrant into the local market, especially given its price of $449. Unfortunately, the R7 faulte...
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brisbanetimes.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-09-23
In testing, the 4100mAh non-removable battery lasted as long as 35 hours, even when slamming it with social media feeds and music streaming.This is the Cliff Young of smartphones. Photo: SuppliedWhen it eventually does run flat, the Voltage Open Loop Mult...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-09-21
Excellent 6inch AMOLED display, Proficient 13MP and 8MP cameras, More than a day battery life, Expandable storage or dualSIM capableFinger scanner is poorly located, Similar to Huawei's Mate7, Heavy Android overlay
Oppo is slowly and surely finding its place in Australia. Progress has been made systematically since the company entered the local market this time last year. Banners advertising Oppo smartphones hang from ceilings at Westfield shopping centres; dedicate...
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