Smartphones
The display screen offers maximum real estate with the aspect ratio on both phones being kept at 18:9.
  • Wednesday, December 27, 2017 - 11:31
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The Chinese mobile phone maker Oppo has chosen Taiwan as the market to launch two of its latest phones, the Oppo A75 and A75s. While there are many specifications and features common to both, there are some areas of difference as well.

In terms of the display, the Oppo A75 and the A75s, both come with a 6inch, full HD+ display with the screen resolution reading 1080x2160 pixels. The display screen offers maximum real estate with the aspect ratio being kept at 18:9. The processor fitted on the phones also sound very similar except in the case of the part number; while the description of the processor on the Oppo A75 reads MediaTek Helio P 23 MT6763T, that on the Oppo A75+ reads MediaTek Helio P 23 MT6737T.

In terms of the clocking speed, both processors are identical at 2.5GHz, which should be considered very decent. The RAM is the same on both the devices at 4GB. However, in respect of the internal memory, the lower end Oppo A75 comes with 32GB while the Oppo A75s has 64GB capacity. On both the devices, the microSD card slot will enable this storage to be expanded to 256GB.

The OS would also be the same Android Nougat version 7.1 with the Color OS 3.2 UI forming the skin for accessing some of the key phone based apps.

Oppo prefers to highlight its smartphones’ imaging capabilities. No wonder therefore that the phones come with a 16MP rear camera and a 20MP front sensor. The rear camera has the LED flash support. The battery is the same 3200mAh on both the phones. The connectivity options also place the phone at the higher level of mid-segment smartphones. Oppo has gone in for the fingerprint sensor below the home button on these new phones.

Releasing the Oppo A75 and the Oppo A75+ in Taiwan in two colours, Champagne and Black, the company has fixed the prices at TWD 10,990 and TWD 11,990 respectively, the Oppo A75+ being higher. These prices if converted to Indian Rupees will be around ₹23,500 and ₹25,000 respectively.

Oppo’s plans for launching these two devices in other markets, including India, are not known yet.