Oppo A78 4G Unveil: The Phone Supports 67W Charging

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Oppo has a new interesting device in store for the world, and it is called the Oppo A78 4G model. Surprisingly enough, phones that lack 5G connectivity still launch on the market, which is probably inconvenient for those willing to see the whole world connected through 5G.

The A78 4G model of Oppo brings a few significant changes, such as a more modest 6.43-inch AMOLED show (FHD+ 90Hz) with a poke hole pattern, a Snapdragon 680 chipset, and a more faster 67W charging. GSMArena has spotted the information regarding the release of the new Oppo A78 4G due to an Indonesian source.

Oppo A78 4G games a similar back plan with a 50MP primary cam and a 2MP profundity module and furthermore incorporates a 8MP forward looking camera. In other words, those willing to photograph a lot of places and objects will have a pretty good device in their hands. The product side is covered by ColorOS 13.1 in view of Android 13, while the battery limit comes in at 5,000 mAh.

Oppo A78 4G is accessible in Ocean Green and Dark Fog tones and arrives in a solitary 8 GB Smash and 256GB stockpiling trim. We all have to admit that such a configuration should be enough for anyone. Perhaps most of the laptops that are available on the market reach the same amount of storage. Furthermore, let’s not forget that nowadays, there are so many ways of expanding your storage space if you can’t comply with what your phone has. You can simply opt for a memory card or a cloud storage service.

The estimated price of the Oppo A78 4G is set at IDR 3,599,000 ($236 changed over).

Even though Oppo A78 doesn’t feature 5G connectivity, Oppo has released plenty of other phones that have the option. In other words, you shouldn’t be mad at Oppo for not integrating 5G support on the Oppo A78 device.

Cristian Antonescu
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