We hear too often about top of the range, super specs but also ultra-high costs sometimes caused by a dark marketing strategy. Fortunately, every mobile phone manufacturer (almost all) dedicates a good part of their forces to the mid-market segment, populated more and more by all-around devices labeled as best buy. Oppo is one of the most active manufacturers in recent months, so much to anticipate the presentation of the new Reno 3 on December 26th, device expected in two variants (standard and Pro) and has confirmed the arrival of the futuristic Find X2 with Snapdragon 865 processor, scheduled for the first quarter of the year ahead.
But as said at the beginning, the users' pockets are oriented more towards mid-range smartphones, a sector in which Oppo will not miss, offering two other smartphones belonging to the successful series A. The two mid-range specimens will be the Oppo A91 and the Oppo A8, both equipped with a drop notch display and a 4-lens traffic light rear camera for the first model and 3 optics for the second.
Here is the first information on the new mid-range Oppo A91 and A8
The Oppo A8 model will instead be equipped with a 2,3 GHz Octa Core processor (probably a MediaTek solution) supported by 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory expandable via micro SD. For the photographic sector, which will feature 3 lenses, there is a 12 MP main sensor which is flanked by a second 8 MP and a third 2 MP, while the selfie camera will have 8 MP resolution. Finally, a 6,5-inch HD + IPS display, considering that the sensor for fingerprint recognition is positioned on the back, all powered by a 4230 mAh battery.
Unfortunately we have no indiscretions on the price, but we are sure that once again Oppo will hit the center in the hearts of tech users.