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The Oppo R9, or F1 Plus as it's known in some countries, borrows liberally from Apple's iPhone, even down to the user interface.
Oppo's R9 -- or F1 Plus as it's also known in some countries -- is an iPhone copycat powered by Android. It has a 6.6mm-thick frame, a rear 13-megapixel camera and a large 16-megapixel front shooter.
Here's the phone's smooth metal back.
The rear 13-megapixel camera takes pretty good pictures.
The phone comes with a fingerprint sensor that helps keep your phone secure.
The phone is ridiculously slim at 6.6mm thick.
Here's a look at the left side of the phone, and you'll notice one of the few differences between this and the iPhone is the lack of a mute button.
The front camera has a 16-megapixel camera and relies on a software panorama feature to give you a wider angle for group pictures.
If you're wondering just how similar the R9 is to the iPhone 6S, here's a comparison photo from the rear.
It's not just the physical design that's similar. Oppo's ColorOS also has similar stylings, as you can see in the R9's camera app.
The bottom of the R9 has speaker grilles and a normal Micro-USB port.
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