This is it! The Oppo A57 5G has finally made it to New Delhi. When it comes out in China as the 5G Oppo A57, it will be the newest phone in the Oppo lineup. When the phone is turned on, it shows an HD+ screen that can move at 90Hz and has an IPS screen that’s run by a MediaTek CPU. Fingerprint scanners are also part of the package. People use the phone because it runs on the Android 12 operating system, and the battery has a capacity of 5000mAh (mAh).
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This phone costs 1,499 yuan and can be bought from online stores (Rs 17,900). The phone comes in black, blue, and lilac. There are two sizes, too. People in China will be able to buy the Oppo A57 5G on the 15th of April. If you live in another country, you won’t be able to buy or use this smartphone until it’s released by the manufacturer or the service provider.
Oppo A57 5G specifications:
- Because the Oppo A57 5G has a large, high-resolution HD+ screen and a fast refresh rate of 90Hz, it has very clear images. A custom version of ColorOS, called ColorOS 12.1, is on top of Android 12. This version of ColorOS was made for the company.
- If you want to run your Oppo A57 5G as quickly as possible, it has an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 810 CPU and up to 8GB of RAM. The smartphone also has a virtual RAM extension, which allows it to have up to 5GB of virtual RAM.
- In the 5G-enabled smartphone, there’s a built-in storage capacity of 128GB. You can add more space by inserting a microSD card into the phone. When you buy a new phone, there is also a fingerprint sensor.
- The Oppo A57 5G has a 13MP main camera with an f/2.2 aperture and a 2MP portrait camera. These two cameras make up the dual-camera system. Smartphone: The front-facing camera on the phone is an 8-megapixel camera.
- If you want to charge quickly, the Oppo A57 5G comes with a battery that can give you up to 10W. It also comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.
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