In these hours, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has presented the new entry level Oppo A12s in Cambodia, a low-cost review of the previously announced A12, which is equipped with a MediaTek Helio P35 processor, dual rear camera and a large 4350 mAh battery while maintaining the rest of the specifications identical to the A12. The news, however, also concern the colors of which the OPPO a12s dyes, such as gray and blue.
The body is made of polycarbonate, which also houses a sensor for unlocking by fingerprints as well as the dual chamber arranged horizontally, whose primary sensor is configured in a solution with 13 MP resolution and a 2 MP secondary dedicated to the acquisition of depth data. In short, it almost seems like a dive into the past, but on the other hand Oppo A12s is destined for the lowest end of the market and therefore does not dare to go so far with the technical specifications, while maintaining a certain appeal given by the reliability of the device itself.
Official entry level Oppo A12s with SoC MediaTek Helio P35e 4230 mAh battery
Frontally we have a display characterized by the inevitable drop notch that houses a 5 MP selfie camera enriched at the software level of the AI Beauty mode, while the panel used boasts a 6,2-inch diagonal in HD + resolution (1520 x 720 pixels) and IPS LCD technology.
As already anticipated at the beginning of the article, OPPO A12s is equipped with a MediaTek Helio P35 SoC, Cortex A53 octa-core solution with 12 nm production process and clock up to 2.3 GHz, pushed graphically by a PowerVR GE8320 GPU. There is certainly no shortage of 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage with the possibility of expansion via micro SD up to 256 GB. A very painful note, the presence of a micro USB port for charging and operation on the ColorOS 6.1 platform based on the Android 9 Pie operating system. We do not know if the OPPO entry level will also reach the European market, but at the moment in Cambodia it is available at a price of about 129 dollars, maybe a little too much for what is offered, don't you think?