The A36 will go on sale in China, but it could pop up for us as well as its predecessors.
Oppo has recently received worldwide attention for its Find N, but now the opposite end of the palette has been updated with the recently unveiled A36. It looks like it will be Oppo’s entry model in the first half of 2022, and although it will only be available in China for the time being from 14 January, but like previous cheaper devices, it could reach Europe.
The trend is somewhat contradicted by the fact that the device, which is priced at $ 250 (nearly 80,000 forints), cannot access 5G networks, as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset is working in the phone, which is also the case with the group’s sister brand Realme 9i. In other respects, the two products are very similar, the Full HD IPS display with 90 Hz refresh rate is a bit smaller here (6.65 inches), but the location of the self-contained camera in the upper left corner has not changed, but this time it is only capable of 8 megapixel resolution .
There are also only two cameras on the back: the main module delivers 13 megapixels, next to which there is only a 2 megapixel depth sensor for portraits. RAM has not been saved, it seems a slight exaggeration to put 8 GB in such a device, the internal storage is also unusually generous in the category as the user can manage 256 GB of space. The 5000 mAh size of the battery is attractive, but it is somewhat nuanced by the fact that it can only be fed with a 10 watt charge.