The Oppo Reno5 and Oppo Find X3 may be the eyes of Oppo and the legions of tech fans, but the brand is not standing still. Today it revealed two devices much more focused on budget affordability, in the form of the Oppo A74 and A74 5G. However, it is not only connectivity that distinguishes these two official terminals today in Thailand.
In the case of the Oppo A74 4G, effectively a rebranding of the F19, we find a Snapdragon 662, an already very veteran octa-core processor that imposes some limitations on the smartphone itself. Thus, its 6.43 ″ AMOLED screen is limited to 60Hz, but on the other hand it has ring sampling at 180Hz, 100% sRGB and 92% DCI-P3, which is not bad for this segment.
In the case of the Oppo A74 5G, we find a more modern Snapdragon 480, the first 5G processor in the Snapdragon 400 family. With this chip, Oppo was able to equip the 5G version with an LCD screen capable of 100% of the DCI-P3 color space and higher refresh rate: 90Hz.
As a result of this difference, the 4G version has a biometric reader on the screen itself, while the 5G version moves the reader to the side.
The differences continue in the chambers. Both share a 48MP main camera, but while the 4G version includes only two extra 2MP cameras and a 16MP front camera, the 5G version adds an 8MP ultra-wide angle unit.
Typical of the commitments we still have to make on 5G smartphones, although both share a 5000mAh battery, the 4G version charges it at 33W, while the 5G version charges only at 18W.
The last piece in common between the two devices is the configuration: both have 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
The two terminals are priced slightly above the € 200 equivalent, but the international launch has yet to confirm data.
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