May 13, 2017 06:37 AM EDT
Popular Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo will be introducing their new Oppo A77 smartphone according to numerous sources. The company is quite known for bringing out top quality smartphones with premium and sturdy build while also innovating their devices with a unique touch. The new device will be offered in a dual-SIM variant.
More details from GSMArena include the Oppo A77 smartphone will be having a 5.5-inch full HD display with a MediaTek MT6750T SoC on board along with 4GB of RAM. Storage capacities for the new Oppo smartphone are limited to 64GB onboard while there are no precise details whether Oppo plans to offer the smartphone with an option of expandable storage. Reports mention the device will be launched sometime during the last week of this month possibly on May. 26.
The smartphone company plans to introduce their new Oppo A77 smartphone to the Taiwanese consumers first while there are no details about how much the new device costs. As noted from GizBot, the device supports dual-standby support and the primary sim slot will be LTE compatible while the secondary slot still offers data connectivity with a limitation of 3G speeds only.
The camera department on the new A77 smartphone includes a 13MP rear-facing camera. Surprisingly, the front facing camera seems to be more powerful with a 16MP sensor which will be liked by selfie lovers. The new device is powered by a 3200mAh battery that should adequately last a whole full day which depends on the user.
The Oppo A77 is the second device from a major Chinese smartphone maker lined up for launch. One of its competitor Meizu too is expected to unveil their new smartphones into the market in the same time frame. While the price for the new Oppo smartphone is unknown, the hardware specifications on paper seem to be adequate at least for the majority of the user base.
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