Oppo just announced its latest A3 mid-range phone. Geekbench and TENAA listings from earlier suggested Helio P60 chipset and a leak popped up with a notch and today both got confirmed. Other key specs include 128 GB storage and latest Android Oreo.
The Chinese company presented the phone with ultra-thin bezels and a cutout on its display for the camera and the speaker. That way the LCD is a 6.2” panel with 19:9 ratio and Full HD+ resolution.
Oppo A3 has an octa-core CPU at 2 GHz and a Mali-G72 MP3 GPU paired on the latest Helio chipset. The RAM is 4 GB, which combined with the massive storage and the microSD slot makes for a memory combo we rarely see in a midranger.
The primary camera on the back has a 16 MP sensor with an f/1.8 lens in the front of it. Selfies can be snapped with the 8 MP shooter that comes with a bit more basic f/2.2 lens.
Oppo stays loyal to its Color OS and brings the 5.0 version of its in-house UI on top of the Android 8.1 Oreo. The A3 comes in a 156x75.3x7.8 mm package with a weight of 159 grams and a price tag of CNY2,099 or about $332/€274. The phone is offered with a fancy triangular design under the glass back in four colors - Black, Silver, Pink, and Red.
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Ikr! I don't care about new chipsets. I'll just wait for next couple of years to buy these phones for cheaper prices.
You're happy with Snapdragon 430 and you think that critisize Mediatek is accurate? This one is on par with entry level mt6750/6750T! Funny!!! Nothing close to any Helio! You talk about mediocre Soc, but if you compare P60 to S430 and if you...
i am waiting for another phone that add SECOND notch at the bottom of screen :)