Oppo F21 Pro pair fails to impress the audience. In light of how the global economy is doing these days it’s no surprise that people are price conscious. This is not good news for Oppo’s latest F21 Pro duo, whose equipment doesn’t justify their price of Rs20,000 or more.
The results of last week’s survey suggest that there could be some optimism regarding Oppo’s Oppo F21 Pro 5G. It has found a few of people who were in favor at the current cost. If it is able to get lower prices, more people might drawn to it.
At the moment, Rs27,000 could get you a bigger screen, a better processor more powerful camera, and a higher battery. It’s not all at one time, but you can get several upgrades for this cost. Also, you could pay less for comparable equipment. It is true that the Indian market is extremely competitive, and this Oppo F21 Pro 5G could have utilized a standout feature to bring more people towards its side.
Oppo F21 Pro pair fails to impress the audience
It has the essentials right and includes a 3.5 millimeter port, microSD slot and even water-resistant. But, competitors offer high-refresh rate displays and chipsets that are faster. There is a lot that could made to enhance the cameras, e.g. video recording in 4K (or at minimum 1080p at 60 fps) as well as OIS or an ultra-wide module.
In contrast it the Oppo F21 Pro received little appreciation. It does have certain advantage over the five-inch version (e.g. an AMOLED panel with a 90-Hz refresh rate) however, it’s not quite as good as its 5G counterpart in terms of cost.
There are some who don’t like the Snapdragon 680 at all, not even at a price of at least Rs 23,000. There’s nothing more to say about it apart from the fact that there are other phones that have similar hardware available for sale in India and the imminent launch of India’s initial 5G-based network.