New Oppo device, an A57, passes through TENAA in China
Oppo has seen its recent efforts in form of the Oppo R9s and R9s Plus gain a lot of media attention in the past few weeks and even though they are still riding on the wave of this one, that has not stopped the company from working on yet another device which has recently gotten its own certification from the TENAA body in China too.
From what we have seen, this offering would come with 5.2 inches of screen under which there would be a MediaTek processor carrying octa cores and a clock speed of 1.4GHz.
Having 3GB of RAM and an internal storage space of 32GB, there would be those that won’t find this enough and for them has been provided an extra slot that can see them get to 128GB. While this could be another effort directed at the selfie lovers, the front camera is weighing a very decent 13MP while the 16MP unit on the back sits pretty well with a lot of fans too.
Drawing power from the rather small 2820mAh battery, this one would be running the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box and would be made available in colour variants of Gold and Rose Gold. Did we forget something? Yes, the name. It is the Oppo A57.
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