The phone is set to have a mid-range price - CNY 2,000 or $320/€260 – so this is an impressive performance per dollar. For comparison, the Oppo R15 uses the same chipset but costs at least 50% more.
Plus, TENAA shows that this is a similar phone with a 6.2” screen with 18:9 aspect ratio and 1,080 x 2,160px resolution. It's an LCD like the Oppo F7, though, not AMOLED like the R15. The device will come with 4 GB of RAM (like the Geekbench unit) or 6 GB, which will likely be tied to the storage – 64 GB or 128 GB. There is a microSD slot.
There’s a single camera on the back with 16 MP resolution and a single selfie cam, 8 MP. This is the major deviation from the F7 and its 25 MP selfie camera.
No fingerprint reader is to be found on the back and, strangely, not on the front either. So we think that the selfie cam will offer face unlock instead.
The battery capacity 3,300 mAh, decent considering the Oppo A3 measures 7.8 mm thick and weighs 159 grams.
TENAA listed a similar model, PADT00. This will likely be a regional version as the specs are virtually identical.
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18;9 with more than 5,7" is trully not fit on pocket....i really dislike its screen size...