Rumor | OPPO A2 slated to launch as smartphone with flagship looks and mid-range specs
According to the latest Android smartphone industry leaks, OPPO might have started to register a new device with a centrally-mounted round rear camera hump in order to get it approved for sale in China. However, according to the eminent leaker Digital Chat Station, it is not some kind of Find X6 Lite, but is in fact the next addition to the A series.
This line-up usually encompasses OPPO's low- to mid-tier mobile device offerings for the year, as with the very similarly-titled Samsung Galaxy A range. However, this "A2" (also allegedly known by the code-name givenchy) seems to be a considerable visual upgrade on predecessors such as the A78 with a "flagship appearance" for its triple rear cameras - the main shooter of which is not slated to be bad either.
The "A2" is also believed to hit many front panel notes still heard in the premium mid-range arena, with a curved FHD+ 6.7-inch OLED display with 2,160Hz PWM dimming. It is also slated to have low-blue-light properties and thin bezels - however, one might have already noticed that a heightened refresh rate has not figured in this leak.
Nevertheless, the A2 might win some points back with its battery capacity, slated to exceed the standard 5,000mAh spec with ease. Despite all this, Digital Chat Station asserts that the upcoming OPPO smartphone will come with a price-tag that would "not kill you offline".