Oppo A54 unveiled with a 5,000 mAh battery, Helio P35 chipset
The Oppo A54 smartphone has just been announced in Indonesia. It's an entry-level device with a big battery, a Mediatek chipset and a stylish design. There are three cameras on the back, although Oppo designed the island to appear as if it hosts four shooters.
The phone comes with a Helio P35 chipset, built on the 12nm process. It is paired with 4GB RAM and 128GB of storage, and there is a microSD slot for up to 256GB more.
Oppo equipped the A54 with a basic 6.51” LCD with HD+ resolution and standard 60Hz refresh rate. There are no notches on the top - a single punch hole for the 16MP camera.
Around the back is a 13MP main camera and a couple of 2MP shooters for depth and macro.
The Oppo A54 runs on the dated ColorOS 7.2, based on Android 10. The phone also has IPX4 water resistance, meaning the phone is safe from splashed water like rain or sweat.
The battery inside is a 5,000 mAh cell with support for 18W fast charging through the USB-C port on the bottom. Some Oppo fans would be glad to learn there is a 3.5 mm audio jack as well.
This Oppo A54 (not to be confused with the Oppo A54 5G) comes in two colors - Crystal Black and Starry Blue. It will start selling at all major Indonesian offline and online retailers on Thursday, April 1. The price is IDR2,699,000 or about $185.
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dimensity 700 and 800 are good too and they are in the lower price phones. And probably Redmi note 10 with the sd678 or it's 5G version will cost around same as this Oppo A54 by few months when the first demand have been meet and price will bala...
- 31 Mar 2021
Cause you cant do pretty much anything with the phone then you charge it like once in a week. And i dont understand you talking about low quality videos. What prevents high quality video watching on this phone ? Like even Android go phones that are w...
- 31 Mar 2021
I don't see any issues with this phone in terms of the hardware. Not everyone needs a really powerful phone. Just one that can browse the internet and make calls, send SMS and do a bit of social media. The problem is purely the pricing. A phone ...
- 30 Mar 2021