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If you find the design of the Oppo R9s Plus very similar to the iPhone, well, you're not the only one. The R9s Plus sticks to a very familiar look used in earlier models, such as the smaller Oppo R9s, that apes Apple's smartphone.

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That said, while it does look like the iPhone, the R9s Plus comes powered by Android and has its own features to stick out, such as a large 6-inch full-HD display.

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The metal rear of the phone also looks very much like the iPhone design, though there are some slight tweaks to make it look a little different.

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The 16-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization and a super-quick autofocus.

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The antenna lines are etched in, giving it a slightly different look.

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The phone is just 7.4mm thick (about 0.29 inch) and impresses with its slimness.

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Unlike more modern phones, the R9s Plus sticks to a micro-USB port instead of a Type-C USB connector.

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The phone uses a non-physical home button like the iPhone 7S, which vibrates the phone when "pressed."

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The front camera also features a 16-megapixel sensor for better selfies.

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