We usually talk about top-of-the-range smartphones, often out of the economic reach of the common user, but a company that has recently been re-evaluating basic and mid-range devices is OPPO, which for some time has been making itself known as a synonym of quality. In this period the company is busy with many projects but has had the time to present the OPPO A32, an entry level smartphone that hides some surprises within the specific techniques it equips itself.
It should be specified that OPPO A32 is actually the shameless copy of the A53 model already presented in India in August, while the A32 is intended for the Chinese market, but still interesting because it could actually come to attend the squares of our market. We find only two configurations related to memory, namely 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage or the "premium" variant which maintains the cut of internal memory but doubles the RAM up to 8 GB. The company's particular choice is to equip the OPPO A32 with a display with a refresh rate of 90 Hz and sampling at the touch of 120 Hz but with only HD + resolution with a 6,5-inch diagonal, which incorporates a punch hole containing a selfie 8 MP chamber.
OPPO A32: official entry level smartphone with 90Hz display
On the back we have the fingerprint reader and a triple camera with a 13 MP primary sensor accompanied by 2 2 MP lenses with macro and depth of field functions. Interesting solution for the SoC, which turns out to be a Snapdragon 460 with Adreno 610 GPU, powered by a 5000 mAh battery with 18W fast charging support. Finally, there is Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, mini jack input for headphones, dual band WiFi, 4G Dual SIM connectivity and USB Type-C input, all seasoned with Android 10 operating system with ColorOS 7.2 interface.
Available in China from September 15, OPPO A52 arrives with an introductory price of around 148 euros for the 4/128 GB variant while it takes about 185 euros at the current exchange rate for the 8/128 GB one.