Oppo has unwrapped its K1 smartphone in China with a 6.4-inch 2340x1080px Super AMOLED display, an in-display fingerprint scanner and a Snapdragon 660 chipset with 4GB or 6GB of RAM.
The Oppo K1 packs a 16MP + 2MP dual camera on the back and a 25MP selfie camera on the front. The hardware is enhanced by AI capabilities like scene recognition (up to 120 scenes) and AI Beauty.
There's a 3,500mAh battery to power the Oppo K1 while on the software side of things, it's running Android 8.1 under Oppo's Color OS 5.2.
The Oppo K1 is now up for pre-order in China at CNY 1,599 (€200) for the 4/64GB model and CNY 1,799 (€230) for the 6/64GB one. Shipments start on October 19.
Using microUSB is the wrong decision by Oppo for middle range phone, this I do agree. But where you seen this phone not came with fast charge? The article never mentioned it but I believe it do have as recent Oppo phone all came with it, fo...
There is no perfect screen, but Samsung amoled is closest to perfection in a market right now
2MP is for telephoto. it has dual camera.