Oppo has released a new budget phone in India. It was first released in Indonesia and is now being released in other regions.
If you look at the specifications of the Oppo A54, you will not believe it is a 2021 smartphone. At the age where other Chinese companies are offering a lot of value in budget smartphones, Oppo continues to disappoint in terms of hardware.
Before we jump into specifications, I got to admit the design of Oppo A54 is appealing. There are multiple colors of the device,
it looks fancy thanks to its modern camera bump at the rear. Other than the bold camera design, the rear is clean. There are no big slogans at the back, which we usually see on POCO devices.
Moving to the internals will disappoint you for sure. It has a 6.51-inch IPS LCD panel with a resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels.
There is no higher refresh rate, and it sticks to the standard 60Hz refresh rate. Furthermore, the phone has a 120Hz touch sampling rate, 89.2 percent screen-to-body ratio, and 269ppi pixel density.
Moving to the camera, the smartphone rocks a triple rear camera setup comprising a 13MP primary, 2MP macro lens, and 2MP depth sensor.
Things get uglier in the performance department. The Oppo A54 comes with an Helio P35 chipset from MediaTek.
In the current smartphone market, smartphones are using the powerful Helio G-Series chipsets. These G-Series chipsets are more powerful than P-series. Anyway, there is a huge 5000mAH battery that can be fast-charged at 18W.
The Oppo A54 comes in three variants in India, including 4/64GB, 4/128GB, and 6/128GB. The phone comes at Rs.13,490 (~$180), Rs 14,490 (~$194) and Rs 15,990 (~$214) respectively.
It will be available to purchase from 20th April. Apart from the design, I am not impressed with anything else. Even if Oppo does not want to bring performance-oriented phones, they should have focused on display.
[Exclusive] OPPO A54 prices in India revealed ahead of April 19th launch https://t.co/v9hDuvLYpz— 91mobiles (@91mobiles) April 17, 2021
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