Oppo A1K Comparison Summary
Chinese giant Oppo looks to unveil A1K after launching its previous variant last year, in March. The company is using a less capable chipset Helio P22 as compared to P23 which shows that Oppo A1K will come to the market by targeting low budget audience. The above mentioned SoCs are specially designed mid-range handsets. According to mysmartprice, the new mid-range smartphone Oppo's A1K will be powered by a Media Tek chipset, called Helio P22 that is mentioned earlier. This is a 12 nm powerful chipset that ensures high performance. Oppo A1K's system on a chip will be equipped with 2 Gigabytes of Random Access Memory along with 32 Gigabytes of internal storage. The handset might support a microSD card that will make the Oppo upcoming A1K increase the memory option up to 256 GB. with the microSD support you will be able to enjoy massive memory with an affordable price. It also reveals that the company Oppo is going to use a rear camera setup in A1K. The smartphone has 8 MP camera lens at the back and 5 MP selfie shooter on the front. The smartphone will run on ColorOS 6 based on Android 9 pie, One of the latest Android system. A1K will be fueled with a gigantic battery of 4000 mAh capacity. For a mid-range handset, it is a huge power to last for at least a day. With such a heavy power back up the A1K is going to disappoint you at all. There will be a rear fingerprint reader as most of the mid-range phones go with a rear fingerprint reader. All the modern handsets have in-display fingerprint reader but A1k looks comfortable with the old rear fingerprint reader. But sometimes the traditional look is more easy to follow. As for as, the display setup is concerned, A1K by Oppo will be available in the market with 6 inches waterdrop notch display. The company will unpack the handset in two different colors Red and Black. Oppo A1K will be a complete headache for its rivals like Samsung and others once it launched.