Since 2004, the Chinese mobile company OPPO has been producing quality Smartphones. The OPPO phones are popular for their camera specs, beautification features, trendy design, and smart display. Oppo brings budget-friendly smartphones to entry-level mid-range devices under its ‘A’ series. In this legacy, OPPO A77s debuted on January 04, 2023. Does it offer a similar style and specs to the ancestor A76? Is OPPO’s latest A-series Smartphone 77s superior and worth the upgrade? Read on to discover! Key Features of OPPO A77s Design The OPPO A77s is comparable to other smartphones in its category. Its matte, fingerprint-resistant surface will catch your attention. Additionally, it emits a subtle yellow and pink glow when tilted slightly. It may first seem a bit plain. However, it is clean and straightforward, and the neutral color makes it appropriate for men and women of various ages. The OPPO A77s is available in Starry Black and Sunset Orange for those who want a more traditional hue or a lively appearance. Read More: Tecno Phantom X2 Pro Review: Midrange Smartphone with Retractable Camera Regarding the rear, there is a square camera module with two cameras and an LED flash. Unlike many other smartphones, this device's camera bump is quite tiny. It is around the thickness of two credit cards, so you may forgo a phone case if you like. Additionally, the gadget has flat sides and chamfered edges for a more pleasant grip. This design option further elevates the phone's feel, since it resembles pricey handsets such as the iPhone 14 and the Nothing Phone. For buttons, OPPO opted for a right-side power button that serves as a fingerprint scanner. On the other side are the volume controls and the dual SIM tray. Read More: Does midrange Vivo iQOO Neo 7 worth its value: Review The majority of the ports you would expect to see on a lower-middle-range phone are located at the bottom. A 3.5mm audio connection, a USB-C connector, and a mono speaker are included. Display The OPPO A77s has a screen size of 6.56 inches which is quite average for a smartphone released this year. However, its HD+ (1612 by 720 pixels) resolution may dissatisfy certain individuals, since it renders the visual quality rather pixelated. This is evident in particular from the user interface icons and movies. Fortunately, it features a 90Hz refresh rate, which will provide fluid animations anytime the screen is interacted with. This screen can be configured to show at a constant rate of 90Hz, but it lacks a feature that automatically adjusts the refresh rate to save battery life. This implies that you must manually choose between 90 Hz and 60 Hz and keep to it. Read More: HONOR 70 5G Review: Is it worth high midrange price The display is capable of producing acceptable colors for an LCD screen. With a maximum brightness of just 600 nits, the screen is difficult to view in direct sunlight. The bottom bezel on the front is also fairly thick, however, this is something that most people can overlook. Camera The primary camera on the OPPO A77s is 50 megapixels, and it has a depth sensor that's just 2 megapixels. This is about what you can expect from a phone in this price range. This combination may not seem like much when compared to other smartphones of the same price range, but it is sufficient for the vast majority of users. Another benefit is that it helps to keep everything tidy and compact, which is why the camera bump is just a few millimeters thick. On the other hand, since it does not have an ultra-wide lens, any still images or films that you take will only be in the 4:3 aspect ratio. Read More: Vivo T2x Review: Should you consider this midrange gaming phone? This phone can shoot stunning shots in strong light. However, colors may look somewhat oversaturated in comparison to the original. Night Mode images are adequate but may include some noise. As for the front, a camera is situated in a teardrop-shaped notch towards the top center. This 8MP camera is unremarkable but should suffice for social networking purposes. Notably, the update includes Bokeh Flare Portrait, a feature that was previously exclusive to OPPO Reno smartphones. This function enables you to capture portraits with blur and light effects. Performance and Software As for the hardware, OPPO continues to employ the same Snapdragon 680 chipset used in the previous OPPO A76. This chipset is now one year old, having been released in October 2021. However, while being a touch behind, the performance is enough for regular usage. Read More: OnePlus 10R Review: Is it a worthy Midrange Flagship Killer? Some may think 128GB of storage on the OPPO A77s is insufficient. However, it also has a microSD card slot, allowing you to extend the capacity if you often capture photographs and movies or play mobile games. The RAM has a capacity of 8GB and can be virtually expanded by 2GB, 3GB, or 5 GB. 13GB should be plenty to maintain the phone's best performance if you often launch numerous applications concurrently. Battery A charge time with SUPERVOOC 33W takes around an hour from a completely depleted battery. This is pretty quick for a basic smartphone. Thankfully, you do not have to wait very long, particularly if you are only being charged 10%. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi K50i 5G Review: Performance Centric Mid-range Phone Official Price of OPPO A77s in Bangladesh The Oppo A77s is available in Bangladesh officially. The phone costs BDT 24,990 for its 8GB by 128GB version. Wrapping Up The OPPO A77s is a smart investment given its price-to-performance ratio. However, its basic appearance may seem dull to others, particularly with the availability of more attractive phones at a comparable price. If you want a flashier phone, other than OPPO A77s, you can check out the Samsung Galaxy A13. Among other alternatives, there are the realme 9 for its ultra-wide camera and the HONOR X9 for rapid charging. In truth, the earlier OPPO A76 is a possible alternative to the A77s, since it is almost identical but has less RAM. Read more: January 2023 New Release: Top 10 Upcoming Smartphones in Bangladesh
Global smartphone maker Oppo recently launched a new A-series phone in Bangladesh. Priced at Tk24,990, Oppo A77s features 33W SUPERVOOC charging technology, a 5000mAh battery, an ultra-slim retro design, Glow Design, expandable storage, dual speaker, and IPX4 Water Resistance rating and more. Also, A77s has a unique 6.56-inch waterdrop notch HD+ display and a refresh rate of 90Hz. The device also brings a 50MP rear camera, 2MP depth camera and 8MP front camera. Read more: OPPO launches killer device A57 The device's camera includes Oppo's classic Bokeh Flare Portrait feature for vivid pictures and more innovative technologies. A77s is available in two colours: starry black and sunset orange. The phone is now available for pre-order with different offers. Damon Yang, managing director of Oppo Bangladesh Authorised Exclusive Distributor, said: "Throughout the years, Oppo has been contributing to the tech landscape by bringing in devices that will help people elevate their lifestyles. This new year, Oppo marks another new beginning by launching A77s." Read more: Oppo celebrates O'Fans Fest with the theme 'making memories'
Global smart device manufacturer Oppo recently celebrated the O'Fans Fest with the theme "making memories." All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan and other celebrities joined the celebration event at a Narsingdi resort. OPPO launched the O'Fans Festival last month. Read More: 10 Top Budget Smartphones Released in 2022 There were six teams at the O'Fans Festival, and each team was led by a celebrity team leader with five fans in each team. Every game had different activities which required different kinds of capabilities. The team that received the highest points won. Also, the winning team got the opportunity to play a match with Shakib. All participants received gifts; the winning team received a trophy. Read more: Oppo Reno 9 Pro 5G Review: Build for Efficiency
Oppo launches its next-generation Reno series on December 2 in China, targeting the Christmas season. While Oppo launches two phones every year in December, the brand will release three phones, Reno 9, Reno 9 Pro, and the Reno 9 Pro+, this year. The Reno series comes with a good design and an upgraded powerful chip. Apart from these, the phones also have some other tremendous features. Let’s take a look at the key specs of the Oppo Reno 9 Pro 5G. Key Features of Oppo Reno 9 Pro 5G Design Comes in Black, Gold, and Pink Gradient, Reno 9 Pro has a similar design to Reno 8 series. But, on the new series, the camera island is flush with the rest of it while the lenses are protruding. It has a light, thin body with a matte finish in the back. The dual camera is located on the top left corner of the back with an integrated LED flash. The phone has a volume rocker button on the left edge, while the power button is on the right. The Reno 9 series comes with a BORDI curve curved display like the Samsung galaxy 6 edge phone. While the company nicely finished the curved edges, it also worked on optimizing the edges, making a 2.3 mm thick chin. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi K50i 5G Review: Performance Centric Mid-range Phone The dimensions of this are 162.3 by 74.2 by 7.2 mm. Weighing 174g, Reno 9 Pro appears easy to carry. The phone also comes with a dual Nano-SIM tray on the side. So you can use two SIM at a time, which also gives a dual standby feature. You will find a pinhole camera in the top middle part of the display. However, the camera is nicely positioned and doesn’t compromise the screen-to-body ratio of the display. It has an 89.7% screen-to-body ratio. The bottom edge has a charging port with the speaker. Display The Oppo Reno 9 Pro 5G has AMOLED display with HDR10+ that has a 120Hz display. In addition to that, the Reno 9 has 950 nits of peak brightness and lets you use the phone under the scorching sun. It can reach 800 nits maximum brightness in sunlight while up to 950 nits when you view HDR photos as well as HDR10+ content. Read More: realme 9 5G Speed Review: What’s special about it? The display size is 6.7 inches, which is the minimum size for most flagship phones nowadays. The phone has 1080 x 2412 pixels with a 20:9 ratio. The display is protected with Asahi Glass AGC DT-Star2, which is scratch-resistant glass with outstanding strength. Camera Reno 9 Pro comes with a dual camera setup with a 50 MP Sony IMX890 main camera and an 8 MP ultra-wide secondary camera. And with the blend of these two cameras, you can take incredible pictures day and night. The LED flash will help you to take photos in the dark. Other additional features of the cameras are you can take HDR and panorama photos. The phone also provides great support for videos. It can shoot [email protected], [email protected]/60/120fps videos. It is also sported with gyro-EIS that helps detect movement while taking videos and stabilize the video withing requiring any software trick. Read More: HONOR 70 5G Review: Is it worth high midrange price Now let’s talk about selfie cameras. Reno 9 Pro 5G features a autofocus 32 MP RGBW selfie camera. It gives a 20 mm wide angle view when you take selfies and features panorama and HDR. Additionally, you will also get gyro-EIS for the front camera. It can shoot 1080p videos at 30fps. Software and Platform The phone runs on the Android 13 Operating system, which blends its ColorOS 13. OPPO incorporates its latest technological innovations in bolded UI concepts in Aquamorphic Design to make life very simple and enjoyable. Good for mobile interfaces, ColorOS 13 offers intelligent connectivity, facilitating multitasking and enhancing efficiency. Additionally, the Theme Palette can change the color of light between sunrise and sunset at sea level. Reno 9 Pro is equipped with MediaTek Dimensity 8100-Max (5 nm) chip with an Octa-core CPU. The MediaTek Dimensity 8100 is a very popular Android chipset, thanks to its unmatched balance between performance and efficiency. So, you can expect a smooth performance from your Reno 9 Pro 5G. Read More: Vivo X90 Pro Plus 5G Review: Flagship with new SD Chipset Additionally, the phone is equipped with Mali-G610 MC6 GPU. Mali-G610 is specially designed to handle complex use cases from gaming to machine learning (ML) for all your APIs, such as Vulkan 2 and open CL. It offers many premium features to give a smooth performance on Android devices. Memory As per the announcement, the Reno 9 Pro will come in two variations, 256GB 16GB RAM and 512GB 16GB RAM featuring UFS 3.1 storage. The UFS Flash storage, specifically designed to fulfill the requirements of 5G, is engineered to support enormous storage capacity and fast read/write data speeds. Up to a terabyte of information is housed in an extremely compact, handheld device layout. So, you can understand that whether you buy the 256 or 512 version, you will get high-speed data reading and writing capacity. However, there is no memory card slot for external memory. Read More: 10 Top Upcoming Phones in December 2022 in Bangladesh Battery and Charging Oppo Reno 9 Pro comes with Li-Po 4500 mAh, a non-removable battery giving you extra longevity of your battery juice. You can charge the phone with the 67W wire fast charging feature that gives 1-35% change in just 10 min and 1-100% in 44 minutes. However, these features are not tested yet as the phone was not released while writing this article. These are taken from advertisements. Price of Oppo Reno9 Pro 5G The price for Reno 9 Pro 16GB + 256GB will be ¥3,499 or equivalent to BDT 52,143.81 (1 Yen = BDT 14.90). 16GB + 512GB version will cost ¥3,799 which is equivalent to BDT 56,614.56 (1 Yen = BDT 14.90). However, the official price in Bangladesh may vary depending on the tax and exchange rates. Verdict Oppo Reno 9 Pro 5G is great for gamers and business persons mainly as this can take much pressure while using multiple apps. In addition to that, the 16 GB RAM will help run the phone smoothly even if you use large applications or games. Last but not least, the ColorOS 13 will enhance efficiency. Read More: Apple to use Sony’s state-of-the-art Sensor technology in iPhone 15 Series
Chinese consumer electronics producer Oppo Mobile Telecommunications Corp., Ltd, is known as OPPO. Its headquarters are located at Dongguan in Guangdong in China. Oppo produces electronic product categories, including Smartphones. The Oppo F Series lineup focuses on selfie-focused smartphones with MediaTek or Qualcomm processors. These devices bear the slogan "Selfie Expert" on the back. OPPO F21 Pro is the latest addition to OPPO’s popular F21 series. Let’s take a look at the specs, pros, and cons of the OPPO F21 Pro 4G. Why OPPO F21 Pro is a Gift for Shakib Al Hasan’s Fans? Although OPPO F21 Pro was launched in May 2022 with sunset orange and cosmic black colors. The brand is now bringing a new color for OPPO F21 Pro. OPPO is bringing the world’s best all-rounder, Shakib Al Hasan’s signature S#75 color, to the Oppo F21 Pro device, which is already available for the OPPO F21S phone. S#75 is a color variable with many more color shades (varieties), including pink, green, and gold. Read realme C30 Review: An entry-level phone with smooth performance These types of colors are an expression of Shakib’s personality, which Shakib has acquired over time through various successes and experiences. However, this is not only Shakib’s color, but it applies to any smartphone user. Key Features of OPPO F21 Pro 4G Design The F21 Pro looks distinct from the other phones on the market. It has a decisive advantage over other phones. In an array of dazzling rear-paneled systems, the OPPO F21 Pro’s new S#75 color will surely make it look exceptional and polished. It feels good to touch and is easy to care for. A rectangular camera unit situated at the top left part of the back features three lenses and an LED flash. The side frame of the camera module has an LED light around, which OPPO uses as a notification light and also likes to respond to as an Orbit light. The light blinks when you make a call, or the device is connected to charge. Read Infinix Zero Ultra Review: Worth the hype? The upper left corner of the Oppo F21 Pro 4 G’s LCD screen has a punch hole in it for a front-facing camera. There’s almost no bezel around it. As compared to other phones, the F21 Pro has flat edges that make it less ergonomic. Nevertheless, OPPO has done well to ensure that the phone is lightweight, weighing only 175 grams. It is one of the slimmest phones at this time within its price range. Display The Oppo F21 Pro 4G includes a 6.43-inch AMOLED screen. It has a resolution 2400 by 1080 pixels along with 409PPI. While the outstanding colors and blacks of the screen are good, the refresh rate is less than comparable devices. If you compare it to a 120Hz panel, the 90Hz refresh rate panel will feel much better. It’s not overly bright on this screen, and it meets the requirements necessary for bright light. Read Tecno Pova 4 Pro Review: Budget gaming phone with a massive battery The OPPO phone has a 403 nits typical brightness at normal mode. You will get peak brightness of 600 nits, which is good enough to use the phone under bright sunlight. OPPO has confirmed that the OPPO F21 Pro has the necessary Widevine L1 DRM certification, allowing users to stream the best possible content on their smartphones. Camera The OPPO F21 Pro camera setup contains three sensors at the back and one at the front. Back Camera The back camera supports a primary 64-megapixel wide-angle camera with an f/1.7 aperture, 79° field-of-view, and 6P lens. Its camera hardware is useful for preserving sharpness well. As with the majority of OPPO devices, colors seem to be good in this device. There’s also a decent dynamic range of the main rear camera, as it can capture various colors with minimal contrast. Read Motorola Moto Edge 30 Ultra Review: Rebranded for New Market The back camera series has a 2-megapixel microscope sensor that offers an f/3.3 aperture, 65° field-of-view, and a 3P lens. While the 2MP MONO camera sports an f/2.4 aperture, 89° field-of-view, and 3P lens. It can shoot black-and-white photos. Using the rear camera of the OPPO F21 Pro, you can shoot a maximum of 1080P footage at 30 fps and 720P footage at 30 fps. For slow-motion video, it supports 720p videos at 120fps. EIS is available for the rear camera. Read Xiaomi 12T Pro Review: Is the hype real? Front Camera The 32MP front camera features an f/2.4 aperture, 85° field-of-view, and a 5P lens. OPPO F21 Pro's selfie camera is an effective device for taking attractive photos during the day. Though the selfie camera provides good photos in well-lit conditions, it struggles in low light. When light levels are low, the image will appear fuzzy and indistinct. Lack of optical image stabilization (OIS) can make it worse. The front camera of the OPPO F21 Pro supports 1080P videos at 30 fps and 720P footage at 30 fps. Software and Performance As far as performance is concerned, any mid-range Android smartphone would carry out just as well as OPPO’s F21 Pro. Apps take some time to load, and the startup time tends to be longer than expected. The phone has Snapdragon™ 680 with 8 cores which speed up to 2.4 GHz. The graphic unit is enriched with Adreno 610 GPU at 1100MHz. Read Tecno Pova 4 Review: Gaming on a Budget The phone comes with ColorOS 12 skin that runs on the latest Android 12 OS. The Oppo does not offer a clean user interface out of the box but offers a well-thought-out and straightforward set of utilities to customize your experience. This device has Air gestures, which let you scroll through apps on websites like YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram by means of hand motions. But this is merely a gimmick, and you will probably end up touching the display. But, you will surely like OPPO’s Orbit light customization option, which gives a better experience overall. Read Google Pixel 7 Series Review: What’s New The phone comes with 8GB LPDDR4x RAM and UFS2.2 128GB memory. However, if this memory is not enough, you can insert an external memory card. Battery and Charger The OPPO F21 Pro’s battery pack comes with 4,500mAh, which is not going to top the list, but you will be pleased with its performance. It will last all day while connected to the internet. If you are not playing games on this phone, it will last up to two days. Despite the gaming, the phone will provide you with around five hours of backup, which is a wonderful battery backup from a 4,500mAh gadget. Among its rival phones in this price range, the Oppo F21 Pro only comes with a 33-watt fast charger, which is not quite as good as the 66-watt alternatives offered by the competitors. This adds more time to complete a charge, but the bundled charger delivers a full charge in one hour and twenty-five minutes. Read OnePlus Ace Pro Review: Premium phone with flagship chipset OPPO F21 Pro’s Official Price in Bangladesh The OPPO F21 Pro comes in only one variant, which is 8GB+128GB. The phone is priced at Tk. 29,990, which you can buy online or from stores. However, the price is subject to change. Final Words The Oppo F21 pro is an average Android mid-ranger for most tasks. It performs similarly to a mid-range phone, and the camera is like any other mid-range Android smartphone in the market. Nevertheless, the design of the smartphone and photo-taking abilities with the microscope camera segment is what set it apart from the crowd. You will like the software and the microscopic camera for sure. However, what you may dislike are the OS and its mediocre imaging performance. Read Asus ROG Phone 6D Review: Worth the price tag? On the whole, if you are looking for a standard phone under TK 30000 to do day-to-day tasks and some photography, you can consider Oppo F21 Pro 4G.
OPPO brings its newest smartphone F21s Pro to Bangladesh on October 10, 2022. It is the follow-up device of the OPPO F21 phone. The company has organized a sunset selfie contest to introduce cutting-edge camera improvements and top-notch selfie capabilities of the F21s Pro. Let's take a look at the key specs, pros, and cons of OPPO F21s Pro. Key Features of Oppo F21s Pro Design The Oppo F21s Pro stands out from the crowd in terms of its appearance. In a sea of dazzling rear panel phones, the Oppo F21s Pro flaunts a fake leather back, assuring unique and quality appearances. It feels good to touch and absorbs smudge stains. A rectangular primary sensor with silver and black paint sits in the upper left corner of the device. This module has three lenses as well as an LED flash. The camera module side frame contains LED light all around, which OPPO utilizes as a notification light and likes to designate as an Orbit light. When you get a call, a notice, or plug the device in so it can be charged; it flashes in various colors. Read Infinix Zero Ultra Review: Worth the hype? The Oppo F21s Pro 5G screen takes up most of the front face of the device. There is a cutout for a selfie camera in the upper left corner of the screen. The bezel that surrounds the screen is quite thin. Display The display on the 5G variant of the Oppo F21s Pro is 6.43 inches AMOLED and offers full HD+ resolution. The display achieves superb blacks and brilliant colors, living up to the promise made by its specifications. Even though this is a positive screen refresh rate is much slower than its rivals. It has a refresh rate of 90Hz, which provides a nice experience, but if you compare it to a panel with a 120hz refresh rate, you will notice a significant difference. Read Tecno Pova 4 Pro Review: Budget gaming phone with a massive battery The amount of light that is available here is satisfactory. The OPPO smartphone can reach a peak brightness of 800 nits, enabling it to be seen even in strong sunshine. OPPO has made it possible for owners of the F21s Pro to stream media of the highest possible quality on their phones by ensuring that the device has the necessary Widevine L1 DRM certification. Camera Three sensors are located on the back of the Oppo F21s Pro camera, while one is located on the front. Read Motorola Moto Edge 30 Ultra Review: Rebranded for New Market The back-camera configuration comprises a main 64MP wide-angle camera plus a 2MP (f/3.3; 65° FOV; 3P lens) sensor for macro and a 2MP sensor (f/2.4; 89° FOV; 3P lens) for monochrome images. The 64MP main sensor sports f/1.7 aperture, 79° FOV, 6P lens, and open-loop focus motor. The camera produces passable images with a passable amount of crispness. Like with other OPPO cameras, the colors on this one has a little bit more zeal. The main rear camera has an excellent dynamic range since it can record many color hues without being perplexed. While the main sensor struggles in low light, it produces high-quality photographs in well-lit environments. The photos usually seem chaotic and lack detail under dim lighting. Even more, the damage is done by the absence of OIS. The Oppo F21s Pro camera is a competent photographer for daylight photography. Read Xiaomi 12T Pro Review: Is the hype real? The 32MP front camera provides stunning photos as well. The selfie shooter features an f/2.4 aperture, 85° Field-of-view, and 5P lens. No focus motor has been used in this camera. Performance The Oppo F21s Pro model comes with up to 128 GB of internal storage and 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM. To manage all the burden, it uses a Qualcomm SoC dubbed the Snapdragon 680. It isn't the strongest chipset in its category. In terms of gaming performance, you should play well-known games like BGMI at medium settings, but for optimal outcomes, you should use smooth visuals and medium frame rates. It might be prudent to keep your goals in control if you like multitasking. Read Tecno Pova 4 Review: Gaming on a Budget The Oppo F21s Pro runs ColorOS 12 Skin, an Android 12-based operating system, right out of the box. Although OPPO has made progress, there is still a ways to go until OPPO achieves perfection. Pre-installed bloatware may still be removed at the user's discretion. OPPO has packed it full of features, left, right, and center. Battery and Charging Although the 4,500mAh battery of the Oppo F21s Pro is not the largest in its class, it offers standard performance. Despite being continually linked to the internet, it lasts a day. Battery life relies on the user's use. Therefore, users easily get more standby time if the device is not used much. A 33W charger is included by OPPO in the packaging to recharge the battery. The battery must be recharged from empty to full in roughly an hour and thirty minutes. Read Google Pixel 7 Series Review: What’s New Price of Oppo F21s Pro in Bangladesh The Oppo F21s Pro 5G is officially available in Bangladesh. The official price for the phone is BDT 29,000. Conclusion The boxy form and fake leather back of the Oppo F21s Pro 5G phone will entice the OPPO fans Besides the stylish appearance, another asset of this phone is the FHD AMOLED display on the front. Battery performance is among other likable aspects. The camera is on par with the competitors’ price range and does not disappoint. The Snapdragon 680 is the only issue. Despite being a competent chipset, it performs poorly under heavy loads. If you rarely use your phone for strenuous activities, you may want to take this attractive phone into consideration. It's preferable to take other possibilities into account if you like gaming. Read OnePlus Ace Pro Review: Premium phone with flagship chipset On the whole, those who are looking for a stylish phone for regular tasks and images under mid-range price levels can consider OPPO F21s Pro.
Allrounder Shakib Al Hasan has launched his signature S#75 color only available on OPPO F21s Pro which will be released in market on October5. S#75 color combination is an embodiment of Shakib’s personality traits. The color mélange S#75 by Shakib Al Hasan tells the story of a man who not only talk the walk, but also walk the talk. Each color of the S#75 represents a typical moment that inspires Shakib - the shade of green from the training ground, the shade of gold from the trophy, the shade of pink from the love of his fans, all of which together form a complete his story. Read Shakib Al Hasan shines in Caribbean Premier League The color combination in the OPPO F21s Pro was brought to life using OPPO’s signature OPPO Glow Design technology – the brand’s own specialized production method that renovates a piece of ordinary glass to the glossy back case. Shakib Al Hasan said, “Different people have different way of getting inspired. This new design of the OPPO F21s Pro recognizes that difference and will inspire the smartphone users in Bangladesh to explore the multiverse of possibilities within them.” Damon Yang, Managing Director of OPPO Bangladesh Exclusive Distributor, said, “Shakib Al Hasan is an inspiration to the people of Bangladesh, because of his multiverse of cricketing talents. Just like Shakib, OPPO believes that people need something that will inspire them and help them customize their inspiration so that they can achieve their dreams”. Read Oppo A57 Review: Key specs, pros and cons
Oppo has been a consistent market leader in the budget segment offering a great camera experience with their devices. The company even uses its camera system as a strong marketing tool in its different tiers of devices. The A series from Oppo has been one of their bestselling devices in the entry-level budget segment. The company recently launched the OPPO A57, the latest in their A series on 1st September 2022 in Bangladesh. Here’s a detailed look at different aspects so that you can decide whether the A57 can be your next smartphone or not. Key Specifications of Oppo A57 Design and Build Quality Oppo has been nailing the design of their smartphones for quite some time now. More often than not, it is seen that brands directly incorporate different elements of their flagship devices in the mid-range or budget devices. It is done to streamline the offering across budget segments. But Oppo has created a separate distinct design statement for all of its lineups and the A57 follows suit in that regard. Opening the box, users will be greeted with a refractive polished back and a polished color marched chrome frame. Read Oppo Reno 8 5G Review: Key features, advantages, disadvantages The back and the frame of the device are made from plastic while the glass front doesn’t have any protection rating. The choice of material is understandable at this price segment and beyond the materials, Oppo has done a very good job at creating a device that looks more premium than it actually is. The headphone jack is still present on the A57 making it still relevant for budget and mid-range consumers. The other ports and buttons are present as usual. In a typical Oppo fashion, the power button and the volume rockers are on the opposite side of each other. The power button also doubles as the fingerprint scanner. It's accurate but it could be a tad bit faster. The only gripe that we have with the overall device is the lack of a secondary microphone which would have significantly increased the call quality of the device. Read Asus ROG Phone 6 Review: Pros, cons of the hardcore gaming beast Other than that, the Oppo A57 is a well-built device that will be well worth the price it comes at. The Display The display of the Oppo A57 is a 6.56-inch IPS LCD panel with a 90 Hz refresh rate. the 6.56-inch has become a sweet size between smaller and larger phones. But the size of the device gets expounded with the large chin on the bottom and the overall side bezels. This phone will feel to be much larger compared to the screen real estate it comes with. The smooth 90 Hz refresh rate is a welcomed addition at this price point. But the panel also boasts some drawbacks. We have seen AMOLED panels in this price range but the A57 still features an IPS LCD one. The panel also has a peak brightness of 600 nits with a typical max brightness of 480 nits. This grossly falls short in comparison to any AMOLED panels. Outdoor visibility is decent at best, nothing great. To make matters even bleaker, the display is a 720P one with a 269 ppi density. Read Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 Review: Multitasking King for Utilitarian Users Viewing angles of the panels are good but overall resolution and brightness certainly come up as a drawback for the device. The Camera Oppo A57 features a dual camera setup with a 13 MP main camera and a 2 MP depth sensor. The main camera is the primary feature here as the secondary depth sensor only works for portrait shots. The camera housing on the back of the device might make things look like there are two very large sensors here. But in reality, the camera on the Oppo A57 can be considered average at best. With just two sensors, it's apparent that other features like wide angle and macro or telephoto shots will be unavailable. And honestly, it's kind of better that Oppo didn’t try to make the camera experience gimmicky by incorporating underperforming lenses. Read realme Pad Mini Review: Is it a worthy budget iPad mini of android? Speaking of performance, the main sensor does relatively well. Pictures look detailed with a wide dynamic range. But these shots are only outdoors in brightly lit conditions. Anything less than optimum lighting and the performance falls apart. Low light images have grains and noises which might be a dealbreaker for many. With just 13 MP resolution and the processing power it comes with, we can’t really expect anything more from it. The front camera is also just a generic 8 MP one. It will get the job done but it will not produce outstanding pictures. The videography, as expected, is just 1080P at 30 fps. The limitation of the sensor combined with the lack of processing power is the main reason for limited videography. Processor and Performance The Oppo A57 sports a MediaTek Dimensity 810 processor based on the 6 Nm architecture. The processor has a chip design of 2 2.4 GHz Cortex-A76 and 6 2.0 GHz Cortex-A55 processors. Read Vivo V25 Pro: Detailed Review with Key Specifications Even though it is an entry-level processor, the 6 Nm architecture provides impressive efficiency in performance and battery management. However, it doesn’t mean that the device will be able to crunch processor-heavy tasks. Users will see that the device runs well in its day-to-day tasks like browsing the web or social media. But the performance starts to throttle with more processor-heavy tasks like 3D gaming. Titles like COD and Asphalt 9 run on medium settings but even then, the device heats up pretty easily. So, if you’re planning to buy this device for heavy use, it might not perform up to the expected mark. Battery and Charge Time The phone comes equipped with a 5000 mAh battery. There is a 33W fast charging with this device which will top up the device in no time. In our test, we found that a single charge will last the device for about 8 to 10 hours of continued usage. Price of Oppo A57 in Bangladesh Oppo A57 is officially available in Bangladesh on a pre-order basis right now. The price of the 4/64 GB variant is 17,990 BDT. However, the price is subject to change depending upon company policy and other issues. Read Top 10 mobile phones coming to Bangladesh in September 2022 Final Words Oppo has been a reliable brand in the budget segment for quite some time now. However, the A57 seems to have missed a few key specs which other brands are providing at this price point such as a better camera and AMOLED display. Beyond these two obvious drawbacks, the OPPO A57 is a solid device with great build quality and moderate performance. If you are looking for a standard budget phone under 20000 tk, you may consider OPPO A57.
OPPO has recently launched its new phone OPPO A57, revealing the brand’s latest and most advanced addition to its A-series devices. From the 33W SUPERVOOC flash charging, Dual Stereo Speakers and up to 8GB RAM Expansion technology to an unmatched entertainment experience, OPPO A57 simply offers the best smartphone experience at only BDT 17,990, said a press release issued on Saturday. The device comes packed with an array of improvements to enhance users’ experiences by a few notches. Read: Top 10 mobile phones coming to Bangladesh in September 2022 OPPO A57 also offers the best entertainment experience with its Ultra-Linear Dual Stereo Speaker and 33W SUPERVOOC charging. It ensures a home theatre-like experience for its users. It improves bass response and increases maximum volume to add impact to movies and games, while the stereo sound field enhances immersion. The Ultra Volume mode boosts top volume by a further 44% which can help cater to those with hearing impairments. All of these features combine to deliver a long-lasting and immersive entertainment experience for the users! Owing to 33W SUPERVOOC, with just a five-minute charge, users can enjoy speaking to their loved ones for 3.17 hours, whereas a 15-minute charge will back up four hours of video streaming and other forms of entertainment on YouTube. The phone can be charged from 0% to 51% in only 30 minutes. Thanks to the flash charging technology, this device can be fully-charged in only 72 minutes! Read: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 Review: Multitasking King for Utilitarian Users Paired with all that, it comes equipped with a massive 5000mAh long-lasting battery which replenishes more than 51% of the battery in only 30 minutes ensuring utmost usage freedom. A full charge lasts for around 15 hours of YouTube streaming or up to 12.7 days in standby. For making sure that no data goes missing from the device, OPPO A57 comes with up to 8GB RAM Expansion (4GB + 4GB), storing all the important memories with care. For the photography enthusiasts out there, the device features an ultra-high resolution 13MP camera with AI Dual Camera setup and an 8MP selfie camera with AI Portrait. Moreover, OPPO A57’s 6.56-inch color-rich display makes viewing experience including games, movies and photos all the more vivid and captivating, taking immersion to the next level. Moreover, ColorOS 12.1 on the device delivers an enhanced privacy and performance along with a Super Power Saving Mode that controls CPU speed and activities for the last few percent of charge to last for hours. Super Nighttime Standby, on the other hand, lowers overnight battery drain to just 2%, enabling users to break free from the need of charging every night. Read Vivo V25 Pro: Detailed Review with Key Specifications OPPO A57 comes in two colors - Glowing Green and Glowing Black, combined with the OPPO Glow Design and a 2D Slim and Featherweight Design for a premium-yet-comfortable experience. The Glowing Green device gives off a fresh and vibrant green color, suitable for everyone. The super trendy color also comes with transitional internal textures and a flat-edge design, making it look phenomenal to the eyes. Ensuring convenience, the device features a straight middle frame with a side-mounted fingerprint for quicker phone unlocking, with up to five fingerprint options. This phenomenal device will be available for pre-order from 1-7 September. Customers who want to get their hands on this super unique and outstanding device in segment can avail a range of pre-order offers. Pre-ordering customers will be subject to winning a backpack, while also getting an opportunity to win a lottery offering OPPO A57 at only BDT 57! On top of that, customers can also enjoy a 15% exchange along with extra cash at SWAP and get internet bundle offers. Read International Roaming: How to use a Bangladeshi SIM card abroad
The self-certified camera phone specialists are back with their latest offering, the Oppo Reno 8. Since its inception, the Reno series has been branded as a mid-range device with a flagship-level camera. Their main distinguishing feature is the 10X zoom found on their camera. The OPPO Reno 8 5G is no different from the core principles. It brings a mix of unique design, processor, and of course, the camera. The phone was officially released in India on 17th July 2022. Here’s a detailed look at its key specifications and overview. Key Specifications of Oppo Reno 8 5G Design and Build Quality The Reno series has always been about bringing unique design elements. From the Reno to Reno Ace and Reno 2, the company brought design elements that were very much ahead of its time. This time, however, Oppo seems to have settled. The Reno 8 has the same wave-like camera bump on the back with a gradient finish all around. The device is made of plastic on the frame and back. The front display also has a huge chin which is an eyesore by 2022 standards. Read Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 Review: Pros, cons of the slick lightweight foldable phone At 160 grams, the device is fairly lightweight and manageable. Much of it is due to the material and a smaller battery. The overall ports and buttons remain the same. The power button has a horizontal gradient on it which gives it a subtle but noticeable look. There is no expandable storage on the Reno8 nor is there any headphone jack. Overall, the design is an ode to the Reno 7. The same chamfered edges and polished fade on the back is something uniquely Reno and that alone might be a key selling point. Read How to Prevent Facebook Hacking: Security measures from Mobile, Desktop The Display Moving on, we have a 6.4-inch AMOLED FHD+ display. The display is definitely large by conventional standards. Added 90 Hz refresh rate with 180 Hz touch sampling rate makes for a buttery smooth display experience. The display has a general brightness of 400 nits. Now that might feel a bit low for outdoor usage. However, the Reno 8 has three more brightness configurations with a 600 nits high brightness mode and 800 nits of peak brightness. So, visibility will not be an issue whatsoever. Speaking of media consumption, the experience is right on par with far more expensive devices. The colors look decent with a warmer tone. If you’re not into that, the display can be easily calibrated from the settings. Read Motorola Moto G62 5G Review with Pros, Cons The front has Gorilla Glass 5 Protection. Even though it's not the latest and greatest in the lineup, it still gets the job done fairly well. The Camera The camera is one of the key highlights of every Reno phone since the first generation debuted around 3 years ago. This year, the Reno 8 has a triple camera setup with a 50 MP main sensor, 8 MP ultrawide, and a 2 MP macro shooter. While the 2 MP macro shooter most likely won't be of much use, the other two sensors are definitely going to rock the boat. The 50 MP sensor has a multidirectional PDAF for improved color accuracy and stabilization. Read Vivo iQOO 9T Review: A High Performance Phone with Elegant Design The pictures from the main camera look sharp and crisp. The camera can capture a great amount of detail while maintaining the dynamic range. There is no periscopic lens on the Reno 8 to support 10X zoom here so any zoom you get will only be digitally cropped images. The sensor also performs well in artificial lights. It captured a good number of details with a balanced exposure. The videography of the Reno 8 is rated at 4K at 30 fps or 1080P up to 120 fps. There’s no dedicated OIS here so users will be getting gyro-EIS only. Read ASUS ZENFONE 9 Review: Does this mini powerhouse offer value-for-money? The front camera features a 32 MP sensor. The sensor does an excellent job of capturing detail and it's definitely one of the best front shooters in its price bracket. Overall, the camera performance is exceptionally good on the Reno 8 compared to its price. Sure, it won't compete with the likes of the iPhone or Pixels, but it has created a space for itself in its budget range. Processor and Performance The Oppo Reno 8 has been powered by MediaTek Dimensity 1300 processor based on the 6 Nm architecture. The octa-core processor has a 1 3.0 GHz Cortex-A78 and 3 2.6 GHz Cortex-A78 and 4 2.0 GHz Cortex-A55. As is evident from the unit structure, the Dimensity 1300 is a performance-oriented solution for upper mid-range devices. Read Samsung Galaxy M13 5G Review: The Budget Samsung for 2022 The processor is also complemented well by the Mali G77 GPU. Now let's talk about real-world performance. As an upper mid-range device, this phone definitely ticks all the boxes. Day-to-day tasks feel smooth and there’s no lag whatsoever. 2D games also run well without any hiccups. But there are a few frame-drops here and there with graphics-intensive games like PUBG and COD. Overall, the performance of the device is satisfactory. ColorOS has also come a long way. Users will be getting the 12.1 version based on Android 12 out of the box. Battery and Charge Time The Oppo Reno 8 boasts a 4500 mAh battery. Now, this might seem low by 2022 standards. But the company has also included an 80 W fast charger in the box. You can expect to top up the device in under half an hour which is a total game changer in our opinion. Read Xiaomi POCO F4 Review: Get Optimized Gaming Experience Price of Oppo Reno 8 5G Oppo Reno 8 5G hasn’t officially been launched in Bangladesh yet. The price of the 8/128 GB variant in China is 2499 CNY which roughly translates to 34,838 BDT (1 CNY = 13.96 BDT). The official price of Oppo Reno 8 5G may vary in Bangladesh due to tax, and other issues. Verdict The Oppo Reno 8 5G is the perfect mix between flagship and mid-range features. The device brings a unique blend of performance and efficiency which is generally not seen in the mid-range market. While the device certainly has its shortcomings in the build quality and the large chin on the display, the processor, battery, and camera more than makes up for that shortcoming. So if you’re looking for a camera phone on a budget, the Reno 8 can easily be your go-to choice. Read Tecno Spark 9T Review: Technical Details and Key Specifications