It is possible that Oppo is getting ready to launch a new A series smartphone not only in China but also in other regions across the world. The mobile device in issue ought to be known as the Oppo A98, and its release appears to be on the horizon given that it has already obtained a number of certifications, including those from NBTC, TDRA, and CQC. In the most recent turn of events, the smartphone aimed at the middle market was spotted on the website for Malaysia’s SIRIM certification.
It is anticipated that it will arrive as the successor to the Oppo A97, which was introduced in market during the summer of last year. You should anticipate the device to come with a screen that provides an immersive experience, a design that is of high quality, and a processor that is adequate.
Display and design
Earlier listings of the device have shown that it will have 5G connectivity and will support 67W rapid charging. Incidentally, a TENAA listing from the previous year showed that the handheld device will come equipped with a 6.7-inch AMOLED display that includes an integrated fingerprint scanner and a resolution of Full HD+. The refresh rate of the smartphone’s display should be at least 90 hertz, according to our expectations. The listing disclosed that the smartphone will include a 2.2GHz octa-core processor, which will be paired with up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage. However, it is currently unknown which chipset will be used to power the device.
It is speculated that the battery pack for the smartphone has a capacity of 4,690 mAh. When it comes to the camera on the back, it will have a primary camera with 108 megapixels and a depth sensor with 2 megapixels. The front-facing camera could have a resolution of 16 megapixels.
Because there has been no official confirmation from the manufacturer as of yet, you should take these specifications with a grain of salt. The expected release date for the Oppo A98 is April 27.