Best Oppo F19+ 5G review: Great design and quality cameras, but is it worth the high price?


Oppo F19 PRO+ 5G is a good option. It has a lot of features, including 5G support, quad rear cameras, and a stylish design.

Even though the technology is expected to be commercially available by 2022, India could see an increase in 5G smartphones by 2021.

This is an opportunity for OEMs to make their customers future-ready by incorporating 5G capability into their devices.

Oppo, one of these players, has unveiled its latest 5G-equipped smartphone series, the Oppo F19 Pro series.

Oppo F19+ 5G
Oppo F19+ 5G

Oppo F19 Pro+ and Oppo F19 Pro+ both have 5G support. This is one of Oppo F19 Pro+’s selling points.

To reaffirm its commitment, the company printed ‘5G” on the back camera module.

Other specifications include a 48-megapixel quad rear camera system that was seen on the Oppo F17 Pro.

However, it now has a macro sensor. The F19 Pro+ 5G retains its sleek body design with a 6.4-inch display.

Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G uses a MediaTek 5G density 800U SoC. This SoC is also found on the Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G and the Realme X7.

The 8GB RAM model and the 128GB storage version of the smartphone are priced at Rs 25,990.

How does Oppo F19 Pro+5G perform in real life? Our review reveals the truth. Oppo F19 Plus 5G price India: Rs 25,990 8GB RAM/128GB storage

Design and Build

Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G has a small hole-punch display. It is very useful and does not interfere with the viewing experience.

You will see the quad rear camera setup at the top left of the phone. It is enclosed within a rectangular module camera. Corning Gorilla 5 protection layers protect the camera module.

I think this makes the design neater. Despite the fact that the lens module is slightly out of alignment, the Corning Gorilla Glass coating protects them from scratches.

The volume rocker keys are located on the left, and the power button (which can also serve to summon Google Assistant) on the right.

These buttons are ergonomically placed and easily reachable, providing good tactile feedback.

One aspect that I was most impressed by is the design. The Space Silver color variant was sent to me for review. It looks stylish and elegant.

The company calls it a silkscreen coating. The phone looks great for the price, despite having a polycarbonate back.

It has a curved side that gives it a great grip. The matte finish makes it not slippery. It can attract fingerprint smudges, so a back cover would be a good idea.

Despite a huge 4,310-cell battery, the phone weighs in at 173 grams. The phone’s sleek, tall body makes it easier to hold.

The Oppo F19 Pro+ still has a 3.5mm headset port, just like its predecessor. It also comes with earphones in the package, which is rare these days.

The bottom of the device has a USB Type C charging port and single-firing speakers.


Oppo F19 Pro+ comes with a 6.4-inch FHD+ punch-hole display. This size is great for watching YouTube videos and playing games.

It has slim bezels which allow for great viewing angles. The screen is bright and easy to see in bright sunlight.

The phone’s refresh rate is 60Hz, whereas a 90Hz or 120Hz refresh rate is common on mid-range smartphones.

Smoother animations are possible with a higher refresh rate screen. Realme Narzo 30 Pro is the biggest competitor and offers a 120Hz refresh rate display.


The MediaTek 5G Dimensity800U chipset can handle most day-to-day tasks. It does not slow down when you are doing basic tasks such as streaming videos, clicking photos, opening Chrome tabs, switching between them, or watching music.

The phone is able to play basic games such as Candy Crush Saga and Temple Run 2 without any lag.

Playing graphics-heavy games such as Asphalt 9: Legends and Call of Duty: Mobile was not a pleasant experience. There were noticeable lags and drops in frame rates.

Gaming would have been more enjoyable if the screen had a higher refresh rate. The phone does get warm from the top after 15 minutes of playing graphics-intensive gaming, but not too hot.

The in-display fingerprint scanner 3.0 works flawlessly on the phone. It is responsive and was able to unlock my phone quickly every time I used it.

Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G uses Color OS 11.1, the latest version of their Android 11-based Color OS. It’s great to see that the phone comes with Android 11 instead of the older Android 10.

There are a lot of bloatware applications that the Oppo smartphone comes with. Sloop, O Relax, and many more are just a few of the bloatware apps that come with the Oppo smartphone. Fortunately, most of these apps can be uninstalled.

Oppo’s software has been a little confusing for me in the past, but they have made significant improvements over the years.

Flex Drop is nice customization that allows you to run multiple apps simultaneously. The apps can be opened in a small floating window so they can all be open at the same time. Another useful feature is the One-tap App Lock.

You can customize the Oppo F19 Pro+ with a variety of gestures and customizations. Air Gestures allow you to simply flip your hand up at a distance of 20-40cm in order to answer a call.

Although I find it interesting, I have yet to see a real use for it in my daily life.

You have now answered a call with an air gesture, but you will eventually need to pick up the phone to talk. It would be nice if you could also use the air gesture to turn on the speaker.

It offers a fluid interface with a customizable home screen and the ability to hide app names from the home screen.

You can also customize Dark Mode by selecting options such as Enhanced, Medium, or Gentle.


Oppo F19 Pro+5G features a 48-megapixel quad rear camera setup.

However, the company has also added a macro sensor to the phone. In areas with sufficient light, the back camera can deliver stunning results. A Rs 26,000 smartphone can produce sharp photos that retain a lot of detail.

Bright colors such as reds and pinks don’t look too saturated, which is another benefit. Auto-focus is quick and images are rendered almost instantly, so this phone is a winner.

Easy to use, with only the basic options such as Night and Portrait available upfront.

The Night mode produces images in low light conditions almost instantly, which is something that many phones have trouble with. Night mode is able to make pictures sharper and retain details that you might lose in the normal mode.

The colors look artificial to me, something I’ve experienced with Oppo phones before.
Artificial colors are not just a problem for the back camera, but also for selfie-stylists.

Oppo F19+ 5G
Oppo F19+ 5G

Although the photos were taken in bright sunlight, they appear brighter than real life. However, details were not an issue.

These photos are ready to be shared on social media for those who prefer to edit and tweak their photos before posting. The Portrait mode was a great option, as it blurred the background.

Even with the flash on, the selfie camera can make you appear brighter in dimly lit areas. The photos are also lacking in details and look a little grainy at the edges.

The macro mode on my back camera was difficult to use because of the lack of auto-focus.

Although the macro camera is difficult to use, it was not impossible. I gave up after several failed attempts. Again, the ultra-wide camera does not have auto-focus, but I was able to get decent results.


The Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G’s battery lasted for a day and a half with moderate use and one day with heavy usage.

This is quite disappointing considering that most smartphones in this price range have a capacity of at least 5,000mAh. For those who prefer a slimmer and lighter design, the battery is probably a compromise.

My daily use included streaming videos on OTT platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, listening and messaging, and browsing websites and social networks.

However, the best thing about this phone is its speedy charging. It took just 25 minutes to charge the phone from 20% to 80 percent and then to 100% in 40 minutes.

That’s a huge advantage. This charger is included in the box and supports 50W Flash charging technology.


Oppo F19+ 5G’s strengths are the design, processor, and camera.

The smartphone’s price tag of Rs 26,000 is too high, particularly when it comes up against the Realme Narzo 30 Pro, which offers comparable specs such as a larger 6.5-inch 120Hz screen, a 5,000mAh battery, MediaTek Dimensity 800U SoC, and 5G support for Rs 19,999.

If the Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G was priced lower in the future, I believe it would have been more cost-effective.

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