Oppo is good to go to launch another smartphone in its A-Series in China, and leaked renders have surfaced on the Internet hinting at the plan details of the handset. The leak, aside from indicating that the Oppo A7 will include a waterdrop display notch, has likewise recommended that the smartphone will accompany an extensive battery. The handset that apparently will be available in two shading variants, gives off an impression of being a re-marked form of the Realme 2 that was launched in India not long ago. Be that as it may, there could be a couple of contrasts as the Oppo A7 appears to shoulder a superior front camera than the Realme 2.
According to the images presented on SlashLeaks, first spotted by AndroidPure, a leaked render of the supposed Oppo A7 hints at the plausible shading alternatives of the smartphone. According to one of the images, the Oppo A7 will come in Glaring Gold and Glaze Blue shading variants, while different images propose that the smartphone will include a fullscreen display with a waterdrop notch. Additionally, the leak tips that the Oppo A7 will be fuelled by a 4,230mAh battery.
Already, the Oppo A7 were seen in different leaks, that had proposed the full specifications of the handset. According to a leak on SlashLeaks, the Oppo A7 will sport a 6.2-inch HD+ (720x1520 pixels) display, is powered by a Snapdragon 450 processor and Adreno 506, and runs Android 8.1-based ColorOS 5.2. Additionally, the smartphone will highlight dual rear cameras with 13-megapixel and 2-megapixel sensors; and a 16-megapixel selfie camera. It likewise accompanies 3GB and 4GB RAM choices and 32GB storage variant.
The leaked specifications of the Oppo A7 recommend that the smartphone is similar to the Realme 2. In any case, the plan dialect of the smartphones is somewhat remarkably in various hues at the back. Another striking distinction is that the selfie camera has been upgraded from 8-megapixel to 16-megapixel.
Remarkably, according to another past leak on SlashLeaks, the Oppo A7 should launch in China on November 13 with a starting cost of CNY 1,599 (generally Rs. 16,900).