OPPO A77, 4G phone, is the latest in the A-Series range. It supports only
4G spectrum and is mainly aimed at offline sales.
- 6.56-inch screen with HD + display
- The refresh rate of 60Hz
- Android 12 OS
- MediaTek Helio G35 SoC
- 5000 mAh battery that supports 33W fast charging
- 8 megapixel front camera
- 50 megapixels and 2 megapixels dual camera
- The screen-to-body ratio is 89.8%.
- Good resolution is 1610 * 720 pixels.
- You get an ultra-linear stereo speaker.
- Waterdrop notch design for capturing beautiful selfies
- The margins
- The chin is at the bottom of the screen of the size
- A rectangular window for dual cameras on the back
- A fingerprint sensor on the side of the phone
- 4G LTE internet connection.
The phone is available in Sunset Orange and Sky Blue color options with a faux leather finish on the back. This gives a good looking phone in the given price.
OPPO A77, a 4G phone, is priced at Rs.15,499. The model has 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory capacity. You can buy the phone online from its website of Oppo or offline mobile stores. You also get cashback starting at 10% when you buy the phone using your ICICI Bank card.
You get a 2-megapixel macro lens for photos and videos. Other features of the phone include 269 PPI and Bluetooth and GPS connectivity. Also, the charger is a USB Type-C port.
The phone is designed for those looking for affordable handsets in the Rs.15,000 to Rs.20,000 range. The only downside you get is the lack of 5G connectivity. However, the phone has all the features that a phone in this range can expect to offer.
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