OPPO is set to launch its F5, the latest edition of its Selfie Expert series in Egypt. The OPPO F5 not only offers these markets its first full-screen model, but also an AI Beauty Recognition technology that further cements its position as the Selfie Expert and Leader. The new features found on the F5 have been designed to meet the current demands of its ever-increasing young mobile user target group.
Andy Shi, Managing Director of OPPO Africa and Middle East stated The launch of the F5 comes as a celebration of OPPO. As the world’s number four smartphone brand, the company always strives to provide smart phones with high-quality features to suit the needs of users.
The F5 will feature OPPO’s first full-screen FHD+ display model, providing a vivid, visual enjoyment without increasing the size of the phone. The 2160 x 1080 high-resolution screen offers a more immersive experience when watching videos and gaming, as well as running Split Screen mode – running two apps together side by side on the same screen.
When it comes to selfies, for the first time OPPO F5 will feature the groundbreaking AI Beauty Recognition technology – which uses artificial intelligence to recognize skin tone and type, the gender and age of all subjects within an image and analyze environment lighting conditions by referencing other facial images from a massive global photo database, to beautify a selfie shot. The AI technology will scan more than 200 facial recognition spots, learning the unique facial features of a subject (for example - the nose, cheek, lower jaw etc.), to make the best enhancements for each image, regardless of the facial expressions or shooting angle. The AI will self-learn and enhance each shot, as it takes more and more selfies.
The technology can also differentiate male from female subjects and infants from adults, to make appropriate enhancements for the user and all subjects within an image. It answers the main complaints of current beautification software – which produces same – for-all treatment and unnatural or fake-looking selfies.