Oppo A83 to be Launched in India on January 20; 18:9 Display, AI-Based Selfie Camera

By Techpads | Last Updated: January 17, 2018- 6:20 pm
Oppo A83 launched in India

Oppo A83 is a 5.7-inch device, with an IPS capacitive touchscreen. The display offers resolution of 720 X 1440 pixels and an aspect ratio of 18:9, along with face unlock feature.


Oppo has announced the launch of its mid-range smartphone Oppo A83 in India on Saturday, January 20. The Chinese smartphone maker made the announcement on its Indian Twitter handle, which is now being used to aggressively pitch the latest device. The main features that Oppo is highlighting is the phone’s full screen and ability to take “smart selfies”.

Oppo A83 was launched in China in December. Although more would be revealed when Oppo A83 finally hits the Indian market, here are some features that one can expect.

 

The Screen

Oppo A83 is a 5.7-inch device, with an IPS capacitive touchscreen. The display offers resolution of 720 X 1440 pixels and an aspect ratio of 18:9, along with face unlock feature.

 

The Cameras

Oppo’s upcoming addition to the Indian market comes with a primary (back) camera of 13MP, with aperture of f/2.2 and LED flash. The front (selfie) camera is of 8MP, with AI-based Beauty Recognition Technology.

Without providing much detail, the company’s Twitter handle said, “Be the shutterbug you always wanted to be. Equipped with an 8MP Front Camera and a 13MP Rear Camera, your photos will never go unnoticed.

 

What’s Inside

The latest device from Oppo will come with Android 7.1, Nougat operating system and a MediaTek chipset, with Helio P23. Oppo A83 will be powered by a 2.5 GHz, octa-core Cortex-A53 processor.

The dual-SIM device would offer 4G VoLTE connectivity. It will have 3GB RAM and is expected to have 32GB internal storage, expandable up to 256GB via a microSD card. Oppo A83 would have an unremovable 3180 mAh battery, which is expected to offer a day’s usage.

 

Expected Price

Speculations are for the Oppo A83 to be priced at below ₹15,000, giving stiff competition to Moto G5 Plus, Honor 7X and Honor 8, Xiaomi Mi A1, Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime and Samsung Galaxy On Max.