Oppo A32 With 5,000mAh Battery, Triple Rear Cameras Launched: Price, Specifications

Oppo A32 has been introduced in China as the newest pocket-helpful smartphone from the firm.

Oppo A32 has been introduced in China as the newest pocket-helpful smartphone from the firm. The mobile phone is effectively a rebranded variant of the Oppo A53 2020 model that was introduced in India in July. The handset is run by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC and athletics a triple rear digital camera set up. The Oppo A32 has a 16-megapixel selfie digital camera and packs a massive five,000mAh battery with 18W speedy charging guidance. It also characteristics a hole-punch exhibit up front and a fingerprint sensor on the back again.

Oppo A32 selling price

The Oppo A32 is priced at CNY one,199 (approximately Rs. twelve,880) for the 4GB + 128GB storage variant and at CNY one,499 (approximately Rs. 16,a hundred) for the 8GB + 128GB storage model in China. The mobile phone arrives in Mint Inexperienced, Fantasy Blue, and Glass Black colour alternatives. It will go on sale starting September fifteen in the region.

Oppo A32 technical specs

Oppo A32 operates on Android 10-based ColorOS 7.2 and characteristics a 6.five-inch Hd+ exhibit with 90Hz refresh charge. Under the hood, the mobile phone is run by octa-main Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC, paired with up to 8GB RAM. The mobile phone delivers 128GB of inside storage.

Talking of optics, the mobile phone characteristics a triple rear digital camera set up that arrives with a 13-megapixel major sensor, a 2-megapixel depth sensor, and a 2-megapixel macro shooter. For selfies, there is a 16-megapixel digital camera, placed within the hole-punch cutout at the front.

Connectivity alternatives include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS/ A-GPS, USB Kind-C, and a three.5mm headphone jack. The mobile phone also arrives with a five,000mAh battery that supports 18W speedy charging. There is also a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor on the mobile phone.


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