Similar to Huawei, even OPPO has launched its own sub-brand, and the first smartphone under the new brand will be the Realme 1. From the latest image leaks, aesthetically the phone looks like a rebranded OPPO A3, but there are some differences. The complete specs sheet of the first handset from OPPO’s sub-brand has just been revealed by a leakster on Twitter, and from these specs, the phone looks slightly different from its sibling.
According to the leakster, OPPO Realme 1 packs a 6.0-inch display instead of the wider 6.2-inch panel of the A3. The display shows images at a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels, it has the 18:9 aspect ratio and the IPS LCD technology. On the hardware side, it features an octa-core MediaTek Helio P60 processor, 6 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of internal storage with a micro SD expansion slot included in a hybrid dual SIM slot.
2160 x 1080
Hybrid SIM slot
Android 8.1 (ColorOS 5.0)
13MP rear (PDAF, depth effect)
8MP front (Portrait mode)
No fingerprint sensor
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The main camera of the handset boasts a 13 MP resolution with PDAF and “depth effect”, while the front camera has an 8 MP resolution with the support to face unlock and the portrait mode which is expected to be based on AI. The battery of OPPO Realme 1 will have a capacity of 3410 mAh and it will be charged through a micro USB port. Wi-Fi, FM Radio, Bluetooth 4.2 are all on board, but what will be missing is the fingerprint sensor. OPPO better have a solid plan for unlocking the device securely, because fingerprint sensor is kind of considered as standard on all phones in 2018 and missing that could be considered as a big deal breaker.
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