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Oppo Mirror 5S with 4G LTE, 5 inch HD Display, and Snapdragon 410 SoC turns out to be reality

Online media always dominates when it comes to leaking or revealing some new product to the market before the company itself is ready to announce. One such recent leak was about Oppo Mirror 5S and now that leak has become official as the company announces its new Mirror 5S handset.

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This recently leaked Oppo smartphone has 5 inch display with 1280X720 pixels resolution. The handset powered by Quad-Core Snapdragon 64-bit 410 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz. The latest Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system topped with 2.1 ROM makes this phone compete with many other latest smartphone in same price window.ClickHere for Oppo Accessories

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The phone is crafted to be sleek with just 7.65 mm thickness that is further enhanced with metal frame and glass back. Oppo has provided 5 MP front camera for selfie enthusiasts while the primary rear camera is of 8 megapixel and PI 2.0+ technology for high quality snapshot to add depth to the picture. The selfie lovers will also get much to explore on this phone with its Beautify Mode3.0, selfie mode, and Double Exposure feature.

This 4G LTE connectivity supporting phone is offered with dual SIM compatibility which is quite essential as per the current trend. The infrared sensor provided in the handset would allow the user to double up this handset as remote to control the TV, set top box, and other remote controlled appliances.

Lastly, on the memory part, you have 16 GB of internal memory for storing your multimedia and other important files. It can be expanded to 128 GB with microSD. The performance and speed of new Oppo 5S is further ensured by 2 GB RAM and 2420 mAh battery that provides longer browsing time.

 
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