Oppo A1 Pro launched in China
Oppo A1 Pro launched in China

The Oppo A1 Pro, the brand’s most potent smartphone, has been introduced in the Chinese market by OPPO. The phone is now available for preorder. The business had stated during the announcement that the phone would be sold starting on November 25. The phone is quite well-liked.

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The phone supports 67W rapid charging and has a curved edge screen with a 108MP camera. Let’s discuss the Oppo A1 Pro’s price and features.

Oppo A1 Pro Specifications

The Oppo A1 Pro has a 6.7-inch FHD+ curved-edge OLED display with a punch-hole that is positioned in the center. Peak brightness can reach 950 nits, and the refresh rate can reach 120 Hz.

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Camera Oppo A1 Pro

Oppo A1 Pro has a dual camera configuration in the back. The primary camera is 108MP, while the depth sensor is 2MP. Additionally, an LED flashlight is included. On the front, there is a 16MP camera.

Oppo A1 Pro Price

Three versions of the Oppo A1 Pro have been introduced to the market: 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage, 8 GB RAM + 256 GB storage, and 2 GB RAM + 256 GB storage. Each of these versions costs 1,799 yuan (about 20 thousand rupees), 1,999 yuan (Rs 22,745), and 2,299 yuan, respectively (about 26 thousand rupees). There are three colors available for the phone (Moon Sea Black, Dawn Gold, and Morning Rain Blue). No information on the phone’s global launch date has been provided.

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Oppo A1 Pro Battery

The 4,800mAh battery in the Oppo A1 Pro enables 67W charging. It will utilize ColorOS 13. The phone has an under-display fingerprint scanner. Additionally, a microSD card slot, dual stereo speakers, support for two SIM cards, a USB-C port, and a 5G connection are present. The phone has a relatively low weight of only 171 grams and a 7.7mm thickness.

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