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Oppo A53, the cheapest 5G phone available

Oppo A53, the cheapest 5G phone available

Oppo relaunches its economical smartphone with an interesting 5G version, revised not only in the modem but also in the SoC.

The Oppo is ready to launch a new low-cost smartphone that supports the new 5G connectivity standard. The new version of Oppo A53 5G will be compatible with the latest generation mobile networks and appears as a new smartphone, not a simple reinterpretation of the 4G variant.

The first details on the characteristics of the Oppo A53 5G come from the Chinese certification body Teena and from the telephone operator China Mobile and reveal that it will be equipped with a MediaTek Dimensity 720 processor, while for the 4G version Oppo had chosen a Snapdragon 460 processor. the reason is simple: the Snapdragon 460 is an SoC that does not integrate a 5G modem, while the MediaTek Dimensity 720 does. Furthermore, Density 720 is more powerful and consumes less. Instead, the triple configuration of the rear camera has been confirmed, with a 16-megapixel main sensor and front camera of the in-display type. The low-cost smartphone will first arrive on the Chinese market at a very low price: the equivalent of about 200 euros at current exchange rates.

Oppo A53 5G, the features

The new version of Oppo A53 5G will be able to count on a chipset different from the 4G version, necessary to support the latest generation connectivity. The Chinese company abandons the processor Snapdragon to opt for a 720 octa-core MediaTek Dimensity to 7 nm and 2 GHz, while the GPU is Mali G57 MC3. Two versions of RAM with cuts of 4 or 6 GB, while the internal storage space will be 128 GB but expandable with a microSD card.

Written by Rakesh

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