Oppo launched the F7 last month with an impressive 25 MP selfie camera. As is tradition, the Chinese manufacturer is preparing a cheaper version of its current F-series phone, dubbed Oppo F7 Youth.
According to a promo video, coming from Myanmar, the Oppo F7 Youth will have one camera on the back, no fingerprint scanner, and Diamond Black color variant. The phone looks suspiciously similar to the Oppo A3 that arrived in late April.
Oppo F7 Youth, much like its vanilla Oppo F7 sibling, is going to have AI Selfie camera which should bring scene recognition and continued machine learning of the face to allow better photos of yourself. Other specs are not listed, but if the phone is anything close to the Oppo A3, it should have Helio P60 chipset and 4 GB RAM.
Android is most likely to be Oreo 8.1 with Color OS on top. Battery should be 3,400 mAh but without VOOC fast charging, reserved for upper-class Oppo phones like the R15 and the R15 Pro.
Pricing is yet to be confirmed, but if past F-series are an indication, the F7 Youth should cost around 220/$260.