Oppo has just released their new low-end budget smartphone – the Oppo A33.
A new slim, but low-end smartphone from Oppo. About a year ago, the Oppo A33 was certified by TENAA, and was unveiled yesterday by Oppo, for the price of around $235. Don’t expect any high-end specs for this price. The phone features a modest Snapdragon 410 chipset carrying a quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU coupled with a standard 2 GB of RAM. Speaking of memory, the phone has 16 GB of internal storage. The screen is also modest, with a resolution of 540×960 (qHD), but the size of the screen is more than enough – 5 inches. Camera wise, the phone is nothing special – an 8 megapixel shooter at the back, and a 5 megapixel snapper at the front for some good selfies. The phone is quite slim – 7.55mm, and it weighs 146 grams. Inside is a 2400mAh battery, which should get you an entire day of standard usage without charging.
Despite it’s low specs, the phone looks really good. It has a metal frame, and glass at the front and back (fingerprint magnet warning). Other specs are 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS; MiroUSB 2.0 etc.