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The World Of Oppo A 71

The World Of Oppo A 71

Oppo A 71 smartphone takes the world by storm

With the current innovation wave sweeping across the world, mobile phone companies haven’t been left behind. One of these companies is the OPPO Electronics Corp, which is based in Dongguan, Guangdong. The Chinese Electronic firm majors in Blue-ray players and Smartphones among other devices. With deliveries in over 20 countries, the company distributes latest exquisite devices, especially in the Mobile Phones Market. It might interest you that OPPO Electronics Corp has a wide variety of mobile phones, exceeding 20 series.

The latest darling on the block is the A 71(2018) series, which was launched in January 2018. It operates on a dual sim mechanism which accepts Nano-Sim. With a RAM of 3GB and an 8-Core CPU, Oppo A 71 has a 5.20-inch touchscreen display that boasts of 720 pixels by 1280 pixels screen resolution with a 16:9 ratio. Camera lovers will love the fact that on the rear, A 71 packs a primary camera of 13-megapixel. The front camera, a shooter for selfies, on the other hand, has 5-megapixel.

Other camera features include face detection, geo-tagging, touch focus, six beautify levels, watermarks, bokeh effect, 8 real-time filters and a palm shutter. In Height, Width and Thickness, it measures 148.10mm, 73.80mm, and 7.60 mm respectively. The battery life is amazing, more so to the frequent travelers that once in a while forget to carry along phone chargers as it is powered by a non-removable 3000mAh battery and runs entirely on Android 7.1.

It also comes with 16GB of internal storage which will sound amazing to heavy content downloaders. Besides, the model has two colour options of either black or gold. This gadget weighs 137 grams with an FM Radio and a browser that supports Document Viewer and Photo viewer/editor. Like all other phones in the market, Oppo A 71 has connectivity options for both wifi and Bluetooth. The current retail price is approximately EUR 135 but subject to change due to the numerous changing market trends.

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