GPU, Throttling and Storage Performance

The F1 has a huge performance advantage of over 300% compared to the Snapdragon 410-powered Moto G 2015. Like with the CPU benchmarks, the F1 performs just as well as other Snapdragon 615 devices in off-screen benchmarks, but the lower display resolution gives it an advantage in on-screen tests compared to 1080p handsets.

There are no issues with throttling as you’d expect from a mid-range SoC.

The 16 GB of internal NAND found in the Oppo F1 isn’t significantly faster or slower than other entry-level devices I’ve reviewed. It’s less than half the speed of a top smartphone like the Galaxy S7 Edge, but that’s exactly what you expect.