On March 31, the OPPO R15 was officially released. The standard version is priced at 2999 yuan ($476). It comes in three color options including the snow white, hot red, and star violet. We have already got our hands on the latter and reviewed it. But there were two other models announced along with the regular version. The OPPO R15 Dream Mirror and the ceramic black variant were announced at 3299 yuan ($524) and 3499 yuan ($556), respectively.
As the name suggests, the OPPO R15 Dream Mirror comes with a body that reflects like a mirror. Actually, this version comes with an eye-catching red color providing a deep gradient effect. It’s reported this handset has been designed jointly with a superstar and a color master Karim Rashid from the American industrial design community. The double-sided glass has a narrow frame of 1.78mm on both sides and a screen share of 90%. On the back, we can find a dual-camera placed horizontally, while the fingerprint is centered.
For the first time in the smartphones’ history, it uses a 6.28-inch full-screen with a full-field and Super-V Display technology. It has an aspect ratio of 19:9. Under the hood, we can find the MediaTek’s first AI processor in face of the Helio P60, which is paired with a 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, and a 3450mAh battery supporting VOOC fast charging technology, and ColorOS 5.0 out of the box.
As for the photography, the OPPO R15 Dream Mirror sports a 20MP shooter with a 3-HDR hardware real-time classification exposure technology that greatly enhances the self-portraits. Moreover, it supports face recognition that collects up to 296 face feature points accurately and supports AI intelligent optimization. On the back, it carries a 16MP (f/1.7 aperture) + 5MP (f/2.2 aperture) dual-camera using a Sony IMX519 sensor. The latter comes with a 1.22μm large pixels and 1/2.6 inch pixel size and supports AI portrait mode.