Do you ever wonder how many choices we have now in smartphones? While we’re thinking about it, Oppo, the selfie expert, has launched another camera-eccentric mid-ranger in Nepal. The Oppo A3s, makes its way to the Nepali market for a price of Rs. 19,490. And while it puts the phone into the lower-mid-range section; Oppo A3s in Nepal, how well will it fare?
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The OPPO A3s spec-sheet looks quite compelling at the price point. For less than Rs. 20,000, you can get the Octa-core Snapdragon 450 chipset for performance. That’s the same chip available in the Samsung Galaxy A6+ and Samsung Galaxy J8. Oppo A3s combines 2 GB RAM to the processor for a good performance. Also, it has a whopping 4230 mAh battery that can easily last you for more than a day. It comes with 16 GB internal storage option in Nepal but has an expandable storage option via microSD for up to 256 GB. All that rests under a smooth glossy design that looks premium.
The phone sports a large 6.2″ IPS LCD screen with HD+ resolution of 720 x 1520 with 271 PPI. Also, the bezels are only 2.05 mm thin, making it a super full screen! For the price, a super full screen with that resolution seems good enough. However, as it’s with Oppo, the highlight of the phone is the camera. Oppo A3s packs a dual camera setup at the back, a 13 MP + 2 MP sensor for vivid and crisp pictures. The 2 MP lens helps you use shallow depth effect for sharper photos and wide-angle pictures. The selfie camera is an 8 MP sensor integrated with AI Smart Beauty technology, that allows you to take stunning selfies! The phone runs on Android Oreo 8.1 with Color OS 5.1 on top.
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Another interesting feature the phone packs is it’s “Music Party” function. With this, you can open up a hotspot and connect multiple smartphones with the Color OS, to play the same track on all phones. Now that’s a fun solution if you want to ramp up your music, isn’t it?
The Oppo A3s debuts in two different colors – Red and Dark Purple. Now, how will the smartphone fare in the Nepali market remains to be seen. But for less than Rs. 20,000, if you are getting all those features, it seems like a good bargain. What are your thoughts on this? Is the Oppo A3s a good phone for that price, or would you recommend something else? Let us know in the comments.