IdeaBox — The Chinese smartphone company, Oppo, has re-released its newest product, called Oppo A16s. This phone is referred to as a complement to the previous variant released in early July, Oppo A16.
Although at first glance these two phones are very similar, there are some striking differences. The difference lies in the Near Field Communication (NFC) feature and the memory configuration.
Unlike the Oppo A16, the Oppo A16s is indeed equipped with the NFC feature. Not only that, the Oppo A16s memory configuration is also larger than the Oppo A16.
Oppo A16s Specifications
The Oppo A16s design itself is not much different from the Oppo A16. By carrying a 6.25-inch LCD screen, the Oppo A16s has an HD Plus screen resolution.
While at the top of the screen, there is a waterdrop-shaped camera. At first glance, the Oppo A16s front camera design is very similar to the Xiaomi Note 8.
Oppo A16s is equipped with three rear cameras. The camera consists of a 13 MP main camera, a 2 MP portrait camera, and a 2 MP macro camera. While the Oppo A16s front camera uses an 8 MP selfie camera.
For the engine, the Oppo A16s carries the MediaTek Helio G35 chipset. The performance of this phone is quite capable with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory. Not only that, this phone also supports a MicroSD memory card with a storage capacity of up to 256GB.
As for the operating system, this latest Oppo phone uses the Android 11 operating system with a ColorOS 11.1 display.
To support performance, the Oppo A16s is equipped with a large enough capacity battery, which is 5,000mAh. While other features on this phone are dual SIM 4G support, with a fingerprint scanner (fingerprint) that has been embedded with the power button.
Oppo A16s was released in two color variants. Namely Crystal Blac, and Pearl Blue. First released in the Netherlands, the Oppo A16s is sold at a price of 149 euros or approximately Rp. 2.5 million.
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