KOMPAS.com – Shortly after launching the Oppo A16 in Indonesia at the beginning of last July, Oppo inaugurated the “twin” of the phone, the Oppo A16s.
The design and specifications of the Oppo A16s are almost identical to the Oppo A16. However, there is one extra feature that is present on the A16s, namely Near-Field Communication aka NFC. In addition, the A16s is also equipped with increased memory configuration.
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By design, the Oppo A16s carries a 6.52-inch LCD screen with HD Plus resolution. At the top, there are waterdrop-style bangs (waterdrop) which loads the camera selfie 8 MP (f / 2.0).
On the back of the Oppo A16s there is a rectangular camera module that holds three rear cameras, consisting of a 13 MP (f/2.2) main camera, camera portrait 2 MP (f/2.4), and camera macro 2 MP (f / 2.4).
Oppo A16s runway kitchen relies on chipset MediaTek Helio G35 combined with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory. The storage space can be expanded up to 256 GB with a microSD card.
Other supporting features of the Oppo A16s include a jumbo battery with a capacity of 5,000 mAh, dual-SIM 4G support, and a fingerprint scanner biometric system.fingerprint) which is embedded with the button power.
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Also read: Complete specifications and prices for the Oppo A16 in Indonesia
This latest Oppo phone runs the Android 11 operating system which is coated with the typical Oppo interface, ColorOS 11.1, as compiled KompasTekno from Gizmochina, Monday (16/8/2021).
The Oppo A16s has been launched in the Netherlands in Crystal Black and Pearl Blue color variants. The phone, which has a thickness of 8.4 mm and weighs 190 grams, is sold at a price of 149 euros, or around Rp. 2.5 million.