OPPO F19 Pro+ 5G Unboxing And First Impressions | Giveaway ⚡ Dimensity 800U,Ultra Night Video & More

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Hello Doston, Aaj Ke Video Me Hum Kar Rahe Hain All New OPPO F19 Pro+ Ki Unboxing. OPPO F19 Pro+ Aata Hain Kai Interesting Features Ke Sath to Iss …


  1. Trakin Tech

    Doston video ko like aur share karna na bhoole 🙂

  2. Rahulraj Gaikwad

    camera very nice

  3. Punèet Kashyap

    Nice Sar ji

  4. Mahavir Vala

    Giveaway kitni anri he 😡😡😡

  5. Mr. Cricket

    I like display and colour OS in oppo f19 pro+

  6. Abdul mannan khan 7a 3

    . The phone comes with a 6.40-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080×2400 pixels and an aspect ratio of 20:9. Oppo F19 Pro is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio P95 (MT6779V/CV) processor. It comes with 8GB of RAM. The Oppo F19 Pro runs Android 11 and is powered by a 4310mAh battery.

  7. isamil sayed

    Nice info but will u tell us when u unbox mobile in that renge of price which is other phone compit

  8. Abhishek Naik

    I liked it's camera

  9. status masumiyat

    "Done"phone is very beautiful look and design and camera

  10. Harender Singh

    Powerpacked phone, Once again from Oppo. 💗💗💗

  11. ks knowledge

    5g feacher

  12. jeet Singha

    Great smartphone with dimencity 800u
    I like it

  13. Mihir Khondre

    Reason- camera, display, design

  14. Vishal Jiwane

    Look of the smartphone 🔥🔥

  15. Shantanu Paul

    Features liked: Overall design, display and camera.

  16. Amit Note 7s

    1: Demnsity 800U High Procecer Nice
    2: Oppo Camera Really Good This Phone Camera So Good
    3: 5G so God And Screen Quality Super Oppo Phone Really Good

  17. mohi sk

    Reason : I am giving to my brother for study purpose.

  18. Monish Kumar Nirmalkar

    Good smartphone

  19. Aakash Shokeen

    Camera is the best feature

  20. Carol ff Gaming

    Reason- I need this phone and I can't afford it
    I always participate but never wins😭🙏



  22. Abu Talha

    It's 65w fast charging and design and it's display and camera are awesome

  23. sairaj gore

    Grt phone from oppo.

  24. Gourav Namdeo

    I really like this phn specially its display 👍🏻

  25. Darvez Khan


  26. Krunal Cooking

    Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G is powered by a MediaTek 5G Dimensity 800U SoC that is present on the likes of the Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G, the Realme X7, among others. The smartphone is priced at Rs 25,990 for the sole 8GB RAM and 128GB storage model. So, how does Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G perform in real-life? We find out in our review.

  27. Krunal Cooking

    The Oppo F19 Pro+ gets a 6.4-inch FHD+ punch-hole display, which I feel is a comfortable size for usage, be it consuming YouTube videos or playing games. The smartphone sports slim bezels, which results in the great viewing angles it offers. In bright outdoors, I did not have to struggle much to view the screen as it offers rich colours and sharp contrast most of the time.

    Keep in mind that the phone offers a refresh rate of 60Hz when a 90Hz or even 120Hz refresh rate has become a norm on most mid-range smartphones. Higher refresh rate screen definitely helps with smoother animations and Realme Narzo 30 Pro, which is its biggest competitor offers a 120Hz refresh rate display.

    The MediaTek 5G Dimensity 800U chipset is capable of handling most day-to-day tasks with ease. The phone does not lag with basic tasks like watching videos, streaming music, clicking photos, opening multiple tabs in Chrome, and switching between them.

    When it comes to gaming, the phone does not stutter with basic games like Temple Run 2 and Candy Crush Saga. However, playing graphics-heavy games like Call of Duty: Mobile and Asphalt 9: Legends were not exactly a smooth experience as there were noticeable lag and a drop in frame rates.

    A higher refresh rate screen would definitely have been handy, especially when it comes to gaming. I must mention that the phone gets warm from the top within 15 minutes of playing graphics-intensive games, though not worryingly hot.

    The phone gets an in-display fingerprint sensor 3.0, which works like a charm. The sensor is responsive and I was able to unlock the device quickly each time I used it.

    The Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G runs the company's Color OS 11.1, which is their latest version based on Android 11. It is good to see the phone ships with Android 11, instead of an older Android 10 OS. The Oppo smartphone ships with a bunch of bloatware apps that you might not want to use. Some of these include Soloop, O Relax, and more and thankfully, most of the apps can be uninstalled.

    I have typically found Oppo's software rather cluttered, but the company has improved quite a bit on this front over time. Some customisations are nice to use such as Flex Drop, which essentially allows you to use multiple apps at once as apps can be kept open in a small, floating window. Then there's also the One-tap App Lock feature that I found handy and useful.

    The Oppo F19 Pro+ offers a bunch of customisations and gestures as well. Air Gestures is an interesting one where you can just flip your hand up from a distance of 20-40 cm to answer a call. I say interesting, because I failed to find a use case for this in real life. So, you have answered a call using air gesture but eventually, you will need to pick it up to talk. An air gesture to also turn on the loudspeaker would have been nice.

    The interface does offer a fluid experience with customisable home screen, the ability to hide app names on the home screen, and the ability to customise Dark Mode by choosing from options like Enhanced, Medium and Gentle.

    The Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G gets a 48-megapixel quad-rear camera setup, much like its predecessor, though the company has added a macro sensor on the new phone. The back camera can produce some stunning results in places where there is ample light. The photos look sharp and retain great amount of details, which is expected from a Rs 26,000 phone.

    Bright colours like reds and pinks do not look oversaturated, which is another plus. The auto-focus is fast and image rendering is almost instantaneous, so the phone scores on this front too. The camera layout is easy to use with the most basic options like Night and Portrait upfront.

    Even in low-light conditions, specifically using the Night mode, the camera could produce images almost instantaneously, something a lot of phones struggle with. The Night mode does a good job of making pictures sharper and retaining details, which you would otherwise miss on the normal mode. I have to say the colours do look a bit artificial, a problem that I have faced on Oppo phones in the past as well.

    The issue of artificial colours isn't just limited to the back camera but extends to selfie shooter as well. The photos I clicked in bright light appear brighter than in real-life, though detailing was not an issue. The pictures appear social-media ready for those who like to heavily edit their photos before posting. I was happy with the Portrait mode as well as it does a good job of blurring the background.

    Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G camera samples

    In dimly lit places, the selfie camera makes you a little too bright, even without the flash turned on. It also loses out on details and the photos look slightly grainy on the edges.

    Coming to the macro mode on the back camera, I had to struggle to click good pictures, thanks to a lack of auto-focus. Honestly, using the macro camera is a task and after many unsuccessful attempts, I did give up on it. The ultra-wide camera, again, does not offer auto-focus and the results I got were decent.

    The battery on the Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G lasted a day and a half with moderate usage, and a day with heavy usage. Frankly, this is a bit of a letdown given most smartphones at the price range offer a battery capacity of 5,000mAh or more. The battery is probably a trade-off for a sleek and lightweight design for those who would prefer it that way.

    My daily usage included streaming videos on OTT apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, listening to music, messaging, playing games as well as browsing websites and social media.

    The plus point, however, is that the charging is incredibly fast. The phone charged from 20 percent battery to 80 percent in just 25 minutes and to a 100 percent in a total of 40 minutes, which is great. The phone supports 50W Flash charge technology and this charger comes bundled in the box.

    The design, processor and camera are easily some of Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G's strengths. I personally believe that the smartphone will have a tough time justifying the Rs 26,000 price tag, especially when rivals like the Realme Narzo 30 Pro is offering comparable specifications like a bigger 6.5-inch 120Hz display, 5,000mAh battery, MediaTek Dimensity 800U SoC and5G support at a much lower price of Rs 19,999.

    I feel the Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G would have been more value for money if the company decides to bring down the price in the future.

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    Published:Wed, March 10, 2021 5:34pm | Updated:Wed, March 10, 2021 5:44pm

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  28. SAMBHAV 5911

    Nice video

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