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Oppo A52: ColorOS 11 is coming to the low-priced A series smartphone in the fourth quarter

ColorOS 11 is coming to the low-priced Oppo A52 in the fourth quarter
ColorOS 11 is coming to the low-priced Oppo A52 in the fourth quarter
Just as we completed our review of the A52, Oppo announced ColorOS 11. What is more is that it is coming to the A52 in the fourth quarter. The low-priced smartphone is very similar to the A72. This means that the A52 shares not only the strengths of the A72 but also its weaknesses.
Inge Schwabe (translated by Stanislav Kokhanyuk), 🇩🇪

A few days after Google released Android 11, Oppo announced ColorOS 11, which is going to be based on Android 11. ColorOS 11 is supposed to come to the A52 and A72 in the fourth quarter. 

The specifications sheets of both Oppo smartphones are almost identical. The camera and the storage capacity are the only things that differentiate the A52 from the A72. The A72 offers twice as much storage space as the A52 and has a 48-Megapixel main camera and a 16-Megapixel front-facing camera. The A52 features an 8-Megapixel selfie camera and a 12-Megapixel main shooter. Both smartphones come with an ultra wide-angle lens and a depth sensor. However, both devices produce poor photographs as we already saw in our review of the Oppo A72

Despite its mediocre camera performance, the low-priced A52 impresses in our review, especially when it comes to battery life and geolocation. Moreover, the Dual SIM smartphone has not only a modern USB Type-C port but also a 3.5-mm headphone jack for the included set of earbuds. Users can also connect external speakers to the A52 via the 3.5-mm audio jack. To learn more about the Oppo A52, read our review, in which we included the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8T and the Samsung Galaxy A21s for compassion purposes.

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Inge Schwabe, 2020-09-19 (Update: 2020-09-17)
Inge Schwabe
Editor of the original article: Inge Schwabe - Editor - @mobilewelten
Unlike many techies, I didn't find my way to technology by using a C64 or something like that; I was rather fascinated by the last meter of copper wire, about which a friend on the other end of the line could be heard so crystal clear. I studied computer science and followed the development of the phone into a smartphone for many years. Currently, innovations are becoming less and less, but getting to the bottom of them remains exciting and interesting.