Admittedly present on the high-end smartphone market with its Find series, but also to a lesser extent with its Reno models, Oppo relies heavily on the value for money of its A-stamped smartphones in the crucial smartphone segment. less than €300. As such, it unveils two models at a contained price, the A57 and A57s.
As is often the case with this type of price range, Oppo’s latest products intend to ensure long-lasting autonomy. To do this, they both rely on a 5000 mAh battery compatible with fast charging at 33 W. It hides behind a 6.56-inch LCD screen displaying a definition limited to HD + (720 x 612 pixels) . Both smartphones rely on a MediaTek Helio G35 chip, equipped with a 4G modem only and flanked by 4 GB of RAM. The A57 has 64GB of internal storage and the A57s 128GB, both of which allow this space to be expanded using a microSD card.
These altogether classic terminals are therefore practically identical, with the exception of their dorsal photo block. The A57s is the best equipped of the duo, being equipped with a main sensor of 50 megapixels (wide-angle f / 1.8) assisted by a monochrome sensor of 2 million points used for portraits. The A57 is content for its part with a 13 Mpx module accompanied by the same 2 Mpx module. It is therefore aimed a little less at mobile photo enthusiasts.
Oppo announces the availability of its A57 and A57s from this month of October at a price of €199.90 for the first, and €249.90 for the second. A price that puts it in competition with a Xiaomi Redmi Note 11, which has an Amoled Full HD + screen, but prefers a Snapdragon 680 chip from Qualcomm.