Yesterday, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo launched its newest smartphone A77, that comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD (1080p) display, and runs on android 6.0.1 Marshmallow in ColorOS 3.0 User-Interphase skin. The phone is announced to be available for the Taiwanese market. This launch looks like a further step in Oppo’s market extension later to its launch of F3 series phones in India last month, the series that was a successor to the successful F3 plus series.
This hybrid dual SIM smartphone comes in two body color variants, Rose and Gold, with a metal unibody design hosting a fingerprints sensor home button at front facing. The phone is set to be available for pre-order by 19th May and will hit the market by 26th. Additionally, Pre-orders will receive a complimentary Oppo bag for booking during those dates.
Price for this newest A-series advancement by the Chinese tech firm is set to be 10,990 TWD for now, which roughly equals to 23,500 INR. Specs-wise, the phone contains an Octa-Core MediaTek MT6750T SoC clocked processor with 1.5 GHz speed coupled with a 4gb RAM. Expendable 128GB storage is offered with a regular microSD card while it offers 64GB flash storage inbuilt. The battery is non-removable and holds 3200 mAh capacity. Known remarkably for photographic arenas, Oppo provides in it a 13MP rear camera with dual LED flash, touch focus, low light mode, PDAF scanner abilities and a f/2.2 aperture while the front camera is 6MP with f/2.0 aperture equipped with Beauty 4.0 portrait mode for allowing extending background blurring capacities similar to standard DSLR cams.
Further advancements of the Chinese tech company aims for R11 and R11 plus series of smartphones that will hit the Indian Market around June bragging a full fledged 20 MP range in its photographic weaponry.