After the momentous success of the Oppo F3 selfie smartphones, the Chinese firm has added a new product to its portfolio. Oppo had introduced just another of its A-series phone a week ago for the Malaysian and Pakistan base. Now, it is time for the commonwealth country to welcome the Oppo A71.
This delicate metallic unibody and luster edge A71 is no match for the selfie phones. With a massive 3000 mAh battery, you can achieve more in the 24-hours cycle.
You can feast your eyes to the magical wonder of the Oppo A71. It has everything for you to get immersed in its 5.2” HD multi-touch TFT screen.
Furthermore, this smart gadget comes across with the Google’s very own Android 7.1.1 Nougat out-of-the-box. On top of it, you also get the Color OS 3.1. With the multi-mode split screen window, you can save your time on every activity.
What’s more, the smooth UI transitions and switching between apps is seconded by a powerful 64-bit processor. Under the hood, the Oppo A71 houses the octa-core Media Tek MT6750 chipset clocked at 1.5 GHz. This goes hand-in-hand with the Mali T860 MP2 GPU for the graphics part.
Running complementary to the strong mainframe unit is the 3 GB RAM. It supports 16 GB flash memory. This can, however, be expanded up to 128 GB using the microSD card.
A multi-frame denoising technology is added to the optics part, which enables you to shoot crisp and clear pictures. On the photography end, the Oppo A71 builds a 13 MP camera on the rear alongside the LED flash. While your front selfie shooter offers a resolution of 5 MP with the Bokeh effect on board.
The 7.6 mm sleek body presents you the slimmest handset from Oppo. It also sports a distance sensor, e-compass, light sensor and G-sensor. On the connectivity front, it goes well with the GPS, OTG, Bluetooth 4.0v, and dual nano sim slots.
The Oppo A71 has landed in India in black and gold shades. It is priced at Rs. 12990/- only. Launched today, it is available for purchase in almost all the offline and online retail outlets.