The new Oppo A38 has a 90Hz display and supports fast charging at 33W
The Oppo A38 was discovered for the first time through leaks the previous week, and today, it made a stealthy debut on the firm’s website in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Details Regarding the Oppo A38’s Specs
The information that has been made public suggests that the smartphone has a primary camera with a resolution of 50 megapixels and a CPU limited to LTE only, even though 5G service is widely available in the UAE.
The refresh rate of the 6.56-inch HD+ LCD on the Oppo A38 can reach up to 90 hertz, and the touch sampling rate is also set at 90 hertz. The sensor for the 5-megapixel front-facing camera is tucked away in a waterdrop notch.
The back of the device houses not one but two cameras. However, only the primary one can take usable pictures. This camera has a resolution of 50 megapixels and an autofocus feature. Additionally, it features an aperture of f/1.8. The secondary camera has a depth sensor that is 2 megapixels in resolution.
The processor inside the Oppo A38
The smartphone is powered by a processor called the Mediatek Helio G85, 4 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM), and 128 gigabytes of storage space. A storage expansion of up to 1 terabyte may be possible using the microSD slot.
It is important to note that the Oppo AE division has guaranteed customers that their phones would receive software updates for 2.5 years. This dedication is awe-inspiring because the A38 is being marketed as a more budget-friendly device.
Battery of the Oppo A38
The Oppo A38 features a robust battery with a capacity of 5,000 mAh that is compatible with both standard PD (9V/1.5A) and SuperVOOC charging at 33W.
When it is released, black and gold will be the two eye-catching options for the Oppo A38. Even though information regarding pricing and availability has not yet been released, considering the phone’s features are pretty basic, we expect it will cost less than $200.