Oppo has quietly produced another low-cost device in the international market. For $210, you can get a 90Hz screen, a 5,000mAh battery, and a good camera system with the Oppo A76 (Rs. 37,000).
Because the phone has only recently arrived in Malaysia, it will take some time before it reaches Pakistan.
When you look at the display, it’s clear that the Oppo A76 is a budget phone. It’s just a 6.56-inch LCD display with 720p resolution, but it’s a nice 90Hz panel. The surrounding bezels are noticeable, and the punch-hole selfie camera is located in the upper left corner. The fingerprint sensor is next to the power button on the phone’s side.
Internals and Storage
The Snapdragon 680 is the core chipset, which is a 6nm improvement over previous generations’ Snapdragon 662/665. It isn’t meant for high-resolution video games, but it can easily handle casual games and low-resolution visuals like PUBG or CoD Mobile. The SoC’s memory configuration is 6GB/128GB, and there is no microSD expansion port.
For software, you’ll get Android 11 with Color OS 11.1 on top.
The primary camera setup is really straightforward. There are only two cameras on the back: a 13MP primary sensor and a 2MP depth assist sensor for portrait shots. Oppo hasn’t spoken much regarding video recording, although you may expect a 1080p resolution.
A selfie camera with an 8MP sensor is featured in the punch-hole design.
Battery and Pricing
The Oppo A76 should last a long time on a single charge. Because the phone has only a 720p screen and a cheap SoC, the 5,000 mAh battery is paired with 33W fast charging, and the phone should easily last two days. Even if the phone dies, it may be restored in less than an hour thanks to 33W fast charging.
The Oppo A76, as previously noted, was revealed in Malaysia for $210 (Rs. 37,000) and will be available in Pakistan in the following months.