Oppo launched the A55 5G in January, and it will unveil its 4G variant on October 1. This information comes from Amazon.in, which set up a promo page on its website, revealing the smartphone's design and specs.
The online retailer doesn't explicitly mention the A55 on the page only saying the phone is a part of the A-series, but the filenames of the images included in the listing confirm we are looking at the Oppo A55.
The Oppo A55 will pack a 6.51" screen and have a total of four cameras on board - a 16MP selfie shooter inside the punch hole, with the triple camera setup on the rear consisting of 50MP primary, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth units.
The smartphone will come with Face Unlock and a side-mounted fingerprint reader for password-less unlocking. It will be IPX4 rated and have two color options - Rainbow Blue and Starry Black. Although previously leaked renders have shown us a third (green) color as well.
Neither Oppo nor Amazon.in have detailed the A55's specs sheet yet, but a recent certification suggested it will pack a 5,000 mAh battery with 18W charging. We might learn more about the A55 before it gets officially unveiled on Friday.
That an solid chip minus the fact res TOF specs are rebranded from almost all of the a series phone
Pity the picture on the article of the camera module, alledging to be the phone, wasn't really the back of the phone, that would be some cameras. 😃
Lol. "Small phone" were you born yesterday.