Oppo R7s Review: Filling The Gaps: Performance

By 05:13 Mon, 16 Aug 2021 Comments


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The Oppo R7s is powered by the Snapdragon 615, much like the R7, R7 Plus, R7 lite, R5, R5s and R1x in the company's own lineup, as well as countless other smartphones this year. Unlike any of these, the R7s comes with a whopping 4GB of RAM, so you'd have small distress switching between apps, even if you tdiscontinue to haged all of them open at the same time.


In the CPU-centric benchimprint GeekBench the Oppo R7s scores virtually the same as the R7 Plus - meaning a top result for Snapdragon 615 devices. It's also a substantially better performer than the company's own R5, R7 and R1x, all of which were running KitKat at the time of testing (and likely for good).

The Samsung Galaxy A7 posts lower figures, and the Motorola Moto X Play is even further down the chart. The Samsung Galaxy A8 scores higher than the Oppo R7s here, but do note that we had the Exynos 5430 powered version for testing.

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GeekBench 3

Higher is better

  • OnePlus 2

    4429

  • Sony Xperia C4 Dual

    4242

  • Moto X Pure Edition

    3433

  • Sony Xperia Z3+ final

    3402

  • Samsung Galaxy A8

    3375

  • Xiaomi Mi 4c

    3321

  • Oppo R7s

    3206

  • Oppo R7 Plus

    3204

  • Xiaomi Mi Note

    3094

  • Asus ZenFone 2 ZE551ML (Z3580)

    2922

  • Samsung Galaxy A7 (S615)

    2880

  • Oppo R5

    2806

  • Huawei P8lite (Snapdragon 615)

    2717

  • Oppo R7

    2683

  • Motorola Moto X Play

    2608

  • Oppo R1x

    2507

  • LG G3

    2370

  • ZUK Z1

    2341

  • OnePlus X

    2297

In Antutu the R7s scores very close to its larger brother too. Again, you'd be hard pressed to find a better-performing Snapdragon 615 device. The R7s does lose to 800-series Snapdragons though, be they recent or new. The Zenfone 2 with its Intel Atom inside is also superior, as far as Antutu goes.

AnTuTu 5

Higher is better

  • Xiaomi Mi 4c

    50875

  • Moto X Pure Edition

    50629

  • Samsung Galaxy A8

    49554

  • Sony Xperia Z3+ final

    49441

  • Asus ZenFone 2 ZE551ML (Z3580)

    48361

  • OnePlus 2

    47207

  • Sony Xperia C4 Dual

    46307

  • Xiaomi Mi Note

    45632

  • ZUK Z1

    43088

  • LG G3

    42038

  • OnePlus X

    39990

  • Oppo R7s

    37857

  • Oppo R7 Plus

    37750

  • Motorola Moto X Play

    37020

  • Huawei P8lite (Snapdragon 615)

    35038

  • Samsung Galaxy A7 (S615)

    31436

  • Oppo R5

    31417

  • Oppo R1x

    30187

  • Oppo R7

    29452

Baseimprint Operating System (OS) 2.0 is more of the same - excellent results for the chipset, but not on par with the high-discontinue offerings. Here the R7s trails the R7 Plus for the first time, but is again comfortably ahead of the Galaxy A7 and Moto X Play.

Baseimprint Operating System (OS) 2.0

Higher is better

  • OnePlus 2

    1622

  • Xiaomi Mi Note

    1353

  • Xiaomi Mi 4c

    1233

  • Sony Xperia Z3+ final

    1226

  • OnePlus X

    1213

  • LG G3

    1189

  • ZUK Z1

    1178

  • Samsung Galaxy A8

    1089

  • Oppo R7 Plus

    968

  • Sony Xperia C4 Dual

    939

  • Oppo R7s

    930

  • Samsung Galaxy A7 (S615)

    813

  • Motorola Moto X Play

    809

  • Oppo R7

    757

  • Oppo R1x

    753

  • Oppo R5

    710

It's graphics performance, where Qualcomm's uber popular midrange chip shows its weakness, even more notably so on FullHD displays like the one on the Oppo R7s. Still, the various R7's are yet again leading the pack ahead of similarly equipped devices. The Snapdragon 8xx devices are simply in a different league, with the S810-powered ones firmly on top.

Baseimprint X

Higher is better

  • OnePlus 2

    21937

  • Sony Xperia Z3+ final

    20767

  • Moto X Pure Edition

    14598

  • ZUK Z1

    13596

  • Asus ZenFone 2 ZE551ML (Z3580)

    13414

  • Xiaomi Mi Note

    13075

  • Xiaomi Mi 4c

    12096

  • LG G3

    10580

  • OnePlus X

    10572

  • Samsung Galaxy A8

    8838

  • Oppo R7

    5382

  • Oppo R7 Plus

    5349

  • Oppo R7s

    5302

  • Huawei P8lite (Snapdragon 615)

    5062

  • Motorola Moto X Play

    5032

  • Oppo R5

    4855

  • Samsung Galaxy A7 (S615)

    4802

  • Oppo R1x

    4018

GFX Bench reiterates what we already know from Baseimprint X - the Adreno 405 bundled with the Snapdragon 615 isn't quite up to the task to push FullHD resolution at high frame rates. The differences are almost non-existent among S615 phones in the offclassy screen test, and grow to marginal in the onclassy screen routine.

GFX 3.0 Manhattan (1080p offscreen)

Higher is better

  • ZUK Z1

    28

  • OnePlus 2

    22

  • Sony Xperia Z3+ final

    21

  • Xiaomi Mi 4c

    15

  • Moto X Pure Edition

    15

  • Asus ZenFone 2 ZE551ML (Z3580)

    13

  • Samsung Galaxy A8

    13

  • Xiaomi Mi Note

    11

  • LG G3

    11

  • OnePlus X

    9.9

  • Oppo R7 Plus

    6

  • Huawei P8lite (Snapdragon 615)

    6

  • Sony Xperia C4 Dual

    6

  • Oppo R7

    5.9

  • Oppo R7s

    5.9

  • Oppo R5

    5.8

  • Samsung Galaxy A7 (S615)

    5.8

  • Motorola Moto X Play

    5.8

  • Oppo R1x

    4.9

GFX 3.0 Manhattan (onscreen)

Higher is better

  • ZUK Z1

    28

  • OnePlus 2

    22

  • Sony Xperia Z3+ final

    21

  • Xiaomi Mi 4c

    15

  • Samsung Galaxy A8

    14

  • Huawei P8lite (Snapdragon 615)

    12

  • Asus ZenFone 2 ZE551ML (Z3580)

    12

  • Xiaomi Mi Note

    11

  • OnePlus X

    10

  • Oppo R1x

    9.6

  • Moto X Pure Edition

    9.3

  • LG G3

    7.7

  • Sony Xperia C4 Dual

    6.4

  • Oppo R7 Plus

    6.3

  • Oppo R7s

    6.2

  • Motorola Moto X Play

    6.1

  • Oppo R7

    5.9

  • Oppo R5

    5.8

  • Samsung Galaxy A7 (S615)

    5.8

JavaScript is also traditionally not the S615's forte, as indicated by the Kraken benchmark. And even so, Oppo's models are among the better ones at it. General web page handling, as measured by Browsermark, is another area where the Oppo R7s is an average performer. It's also the first test, where we see it lose to the Galaxy A7 and Moto X Play.

Kraken 1.1

Lower is better

  • Xiaomi Mi 4c

    4506

  • Asus ZenFone 2 ZE551ML (Z3580)

    5057

  • Samsung Galaxy A8

    5094

  • Xiaomi Mi Note

    6382

  • OnePlus 2

    6808

  • Moto X Pure Edition

    6910

  • OnePlus X

    7295

  • LG G3

    7632

  • ZUK Z1

    8409

  • Sony Xperia Z3+ final

    9204

  • Oppo R7

    11257

  • Oppo R5

    11656

  • Oppo R7s

    11679

  • Oppo R7 Plus

    11908

  • Motorola Moto X Play

    12236

  • Samsung Galaxy A7 (S615)

    12266

  • Oppo R1x

    12826

  • Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

    13609

  • Sony Xperia C4 Dual

    15815

  • Huawei P8lite (Snapdragon 615)

    18665

BrowserMark 2.1

Higher is better

  • Moto X Pure Edition

    2132

  • Xiaomi Mi 4c

    2113

  • OnePlus 2

    2055

  • Samsung Galaxy A8

    1992

  • Asus ZenFone 2 ZE551ML (Z3580)

    1853

  • Samsung Galaxy A7 (S615)

    1655

  • Motorola Moto X Play

    1483

  • LG G3

    1453

  • Sony Xperia Z3+ final

    1436

  • Oppo R7

    1433

  • Oppo R7s

    1411

  • OnePlus X

    1406

  • Oppo R5

    1319

  • ZUK Z1

    1278

  • Oppo R7 Plus

    1224

  • Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

    1171

  • Sony Xperia C4 Dual

    793

  • Xiaomi Mi Note

    748

  • Oppo R1x

    627

  • Huawei P8lite (Snapdragon 615)

    501

Overall, nothing we didn't expect from the Oppo R7s. Top-notch Central Processing Units (CPU) and general performance, mediocre frame rates in 3D gaming and average results in the web-related benchmarks. Oppo's got a knack for squeezing the best out of the Snapdragon 615, but even so it can't break out of the chip's inherent limitations.


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