Oppo F1 Plus has been finally unveiled and the device will begin to hit store shelves in different markets around the world by next month.

According to report on Design&Trend, the latest offering from Oppo will be rolled out in Africa, Southeast Asia and Europe. One look at the Oppo F1 Plus is sure going to remind many of the iPhone 6S Plus, with its full metal rear panel and rounded edges on the device. GSM Arena noted, that the company shared details on the smartphone revealing that the Oppo F1 Plus happens to be the international variant of the Oppo R9.

Tech aficionados may recollect that the Oppo R9 was introduced two weeks ago for markets only in China. So, Oppo loyalists won’t have to worry since the F1 Plus boasts the same 16MP front-facing snapper with f/2.0 lens and a 13MP primary camera with 5-element lens and f/2.2 aperture. Naturally so, the specs are similar to Oppo R9, so much so that the F1 Plus also comes powered by Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and this probably may not go down well with many.

A look at the spec-sheet also reveals that the handset sports a 5.5-inch AMOLED full HD display and hides an octa-core 2.0GHz Mediatek Helio P10 processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage onboard.  The smartphone also hides a 2,850 mAh battery that extends support for fast-charging, thanks to the VOOC Flash Charge technology. This would ensure that the battery could go right from being empty to being 75 percent charged in 30 minutes.

The device with such neat specs is pretty decently priced at approx. $530 (US$400). Buyers will have the option to select between shades of Rose Gold and Gold. Reportedly, regions other than Mainland China including Taiwan, Singapore and Australia, which are also expected to get the flagship under the Oppo R9 title.