Samsung Galaxy A and Xiaomi Redmi Note smartphones have a new challenger

It is not yet official in Europe, but it is in China. This is the Oppo A1 Pro, from the A series, as you might have guessed. Like Samsung, this A series is dedicated to the mid-range. Let’s take a look at what the A1 offers.

Oppo A1 Pro // Source: Oppo

The Oppo A1 Pro arrives with an AMOLED screen, a 108-megapixel main camera and a 67W fast charging system. On paper, it’s very interesting.

The attractive mid-range

First of all, it looks like an Oppo smartphone. It’s thin, with a fairly pro-remarkable rear camera module. This module includes only two sensors: a main camera of 108 megapixels and a secondary camera of 2 megapixels. Everything is therefore played on this main camera, because on has neither telezoom nor ultra wide-angle.

Oppo A1 Pro // Source: Oppo

On the front we find the classic drop-shaped notch, instead of the holes on the screen that we usually have. We also have a mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 695G SoC with 5G compatibility, 8GB of RAM and even 12GB on the bigger variant. On the internal storage side, it’s classic: 128 GB base, up to 256 GB. The battery capacity is 4,800 mAh, with a 66 W fast charging system.

We’ve saved the best for last, like a real estate agent: the 6.7-inch AMOLED screen is in Full HD+ definition with a high refresh rate, up to 120Hz. It comes natively with Android 13 and the ColorOS 13 interface, Oppo’s latest interface.

For around 250 euros (8 GB / 128 GB) in China, we can expect a price under 350 euros in Europe. Of course, this can be an interesting alternative to the Samsung Galaxy A and the Xiaomi Redmi Note. Let’s wait now until the officialization in Europe to know precisely the price list.

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