The OPPO R15's launch is right around the corner, and a new video just surfaced, showing off the device's multitasking features. This video surfaced on Weibo, a Chinese social network, and it seems like the OPPO R15 will offer some interesting multitasking features, which are actually notch-related. While holding the phone horizontally, you can swipe the part of the display above the notch, in order to access three of your most used apps, If you swipe your finger from the left corner, below the notch, you will be able to call upon shortcuts for screen recording, taking screenshots, and the Do Not Disturb (DnD) mode.
The embedded video also gives you a good look at the phone itself, and as you can see, the device does sport really thin bezels, its bottom bezel is the thickest one around. The OPPO R15 will utilize on-screen buttons, and OPPO basically confirmed its design by releasing a set of official renders earlier today. In addition to those renders, the company also shared a number of real-life images of the phone, while it also confirmed that the device will ship with a 6.28-inch display. The OPPO R15 and OPPO R15 Dream Mirror edition handsets will be announced on March 12, which is also something OPPO's website confirmed, along with sharing all the OPPO R15 color variants that we can expect to see on March 12. The OPPO R15 and R15 Dream Mirror edition will actually be quite similar on to the other, they will sport difference rear-facing cameras, if TENAA's (China's equivalent to the FCC) listing is to be believed, but other than that, they will be almost identical in terms of specs.
The OPPO R15 Dream Mirror edition is expected to use somewhat different build materials, but it will look almost the same as the OPPO R15. The OPPO R15 and R15 Dream Mirror edition will ship with a 3,300mAh non-removable battery packs, while each of these two handsets will ship with 6GB of RAM. The OPPO R15 will include 16 and 5-megapixel shooters on its back, while the OPPO R15 Dream Mirror edition will arrive with 20 and 16-megapixel cameras. A fingerprint scanner will sit on the back side of both phones, while the two phones will be almost identical in terms of dimensions as well.