Oppo A1K could be a slightly modified version of Oppo A1 launched last year in China for 1,399 Yuan which is approx. Rs 14,400.
Oppo A1K was recently spotted online revealing its major specs. Now has allegedly been spotted on Thailand certification site NBTC. The listing confirms the existence of the handset and the company can now launch it anytime soon. Oppo A1K could be a slightly modified version of Oppo A1 launched last year in China for 1,399 Yuan which is approx. Rs 14,400.
The phone reportedly has also been spotted on several certification authority sites like TKDN in Indonesia, SIRIM in Malaysia, and EEC in Europe. The NBTC certification doesn't reveal any details but we already know its specs. The listing in Thailand was first spotted by NashvilleChatterClass.
As per earlier leaks, the Oppo A1K will feature a 6-inch waterdrop notch display on the front. The smartphone will be powered by the MediaTek Helio P22 chipset coupled with 2GB of RAM. Notably, OPPO has not launched any smartphone powered by the Helio P22 chipset so far. This means the A1K would be the first Oppo smartphone to feature a Helio P22 chip. The phone is reported to feature a single rear camera, but there is no word on the megapixel count.
The Oppo A1K will run on the ColorOS 6 which is based on the Android Pie and will get 32GB of storage on the smartphone. The phone will come in two colour variants - Red and Black. The smartphone will be fueled by a 4,000mAh battery and it will feature a single camera on the rear panel. The phone will measure 154.4 x 77.4 x 8.4mm and weigh 165 grams.
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