The Chinese smartphone maker Oppo Electronics launched its Oppo A93 in Vietnam market. Powered by Helio P95, the phone sports 6.43-inch OLED display.
Though stated for the October 6th release, Oppo has launched it early in this Southeast Asian nation. The new Oppo A93 has got many similarities with the popular handsets including Oppo F17 Pro and Reno4 Lite.
Oppo A93 Specifications:
Regarding specifications, the Oppo A93 sports a 6.43-inch AMOLED display with 1080x2400 pixels resolution. Powered by a 2.2GHz octa-core MediaTek Helio P95 chipset and 8GB RAM, it has 128GB inbuilt storage space and a dedicated microSD card slot.
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On the optics front, it has got quad-camera setup. The 48mp primary camera (wide) on the rear and 8mp ultra-wide secondary sensor, 2mp depth lens and another 2mp camera with f/2.4 aperture.
For selfies, it is packed with another dual-cam-setup including 16mp sensor (wide) and 2mp (depth) sensor. The built-in fingerprint scanner is another addition.
The Oppo A93 boots ColorOS 7.2 built on Android 10. On the connectivity side, it has got support for Band 40 for maximum LTE benefits. It includes the support for USB Type-C, headphone jack and Bluetooth c5.10 as well.
Available in Matte Black and Metallic White colours, the Oppo A93 is not only sleek (7.48mm thickness) but also lightweight (weighs just 164 grams).
The new Oppo A93 costs VND 7,490,000 Vietnamese dong equivalent to $323. In Indian currency, it is equivalent to INR 23706.
Don’t know why Oppo is launching similar handsets under 25K budget. The inclusion of so many cameras just counts the spec sheet. Instead of going depth and macro, the OPPO should have thought of including a telephoto lens.
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