Oppo A77 4G: Is it Worth Your Money?
Did you use an Oppo smartphone yet? How was your experience? Most people who buy Oppo smartphones know well that although the smartphones take a bit more money, they are worth it.
Taking advantage of this conception, Oppo launched the new Oppo A77 4G smartphone in India with some really interesting features. And I would say interesting because people never expected the smartphone to contain such features at the cost it takes.
Here are some of the major features of the Oppo A77 4G smartphone:
- Oppo A77 4G contains a 6.56-inch IPS LCD display and it has a 90Hz display refresh rate as well. It comes with a 720p display resolution and 84.2 percent screen-to-body ratio. While everything looks good enough, I think Oppo should have offered at least 1080p display resolution with the device.
- The smartphone is powered by a Mediatek Helio G35 gaming processor which is octa-core in structure and is clocked at 2.3GHz. While this is a good processor from MediaTek, the cost of this Oppo smartphone is 15.5k and at this cost, the least that people would expect is a Mediatek Helio G85 processor in the device.
- You get 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage as well with the device and I think this could have been better as well. At the cost it takes, it could have had 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage.
- Although, the camera section is good enough in the device. You get a 50MP + 2MP dual rear camera with the device and it comes with an LED flash to help you get good photos and videos. The smartphone also contains an 8MP front camera which could have been slightly better.
- I think the best feature and the highlight of this smartphone is a 5000mAh battery which is expected to last a long period of time and it also comes with as much as 33W fast charging support.
- You get a side-mounted fingerprint sensor with the device and a face unlock feature as well.
So this Oppo A77 4G smartphone could have been slightly better at the cost it takes. I think Oppo has been targeting the offline market with such devices because these devices would do well offline. What do you think?