In the international market, Oppo has secretly released another inexpensive device. The Oppo A76 has a 90Hz screen, a huge 5,000 mAh battery, and a solid camera system for $210 (Rs. 37,000).
For the time being, the phone has just arrived in Malaysia, therefore it will be some time before it arrives in Pakistan.
The Oppo A76 is an entry-level phone, which is obvious when you look at the display. It’s merely a 6.56-inch LCD panel with 720p resolution, but it’s a smooth 90Hz panel at that. The surrounding bezels are pretty obvious, and the top left corner houses the punch-hole selfie camera. The fingerprint sensor is located on the phone’s side, next to the power button.
Internals and Storage
The main chipset is the cheap Snapdragon 680, which is a 6nm advance over previous generations’ Snapdragon 662/665. It isn’t designed for demanding video games, but it can handle casual games and low-resolution visuals on PUBG or CoD Mobile with ease. The memory configuration for the SoC is 6GB/128GB, and there is no microSD slot for expansion.
You’ll get Android 11 with Color OS 11.1 on top for software.
The primary camera setup is really simple. At the back, there are only two cameras: a 13MP main sensor and a 2MP depth assist for portrait pictures. Oppo hasn’t revealed anything about video recording capabilities, but expect a 1080p resolution.
A punch-hole selfie camera with an 8MP sensor is included.
Battery and Pricing
The Oppo A76 should have a long battery life. Because the phone only has a 720p screen and a budget SoC, the 5,000 mAh battery is paired with 33W fast charging, and the phone should easily survive approximately 2 days of use. Even if the phone dies, thanks to 33W quick charging, it can be revived in less than an hour.
As previously stated, the Oppo A76 has been unveiled in Malaysia for $210 (Rs. 37,000) and is expected to arrive in Pakistan in the coming months.