Oppo K5 is an addition to the K series and is coming to India soon.
Oppo has launched a new K-series smartphone, dubbed the Oppo K5 in China. It is priced at Yuan 1,899 (approximately Rs 18,900) for the 6GB RAM/128GB storage variant, Yuan 2,099 (approximately Rs 20,900) for the 8GB RAM/128GB storage and Yuan 2,499 (approximately Rs 24,900) for the 8GB RAM/256GB storage variant. This smartphone has the 64MP quad-camera setup which is going to be one of the main attractions for this device.
The screen of the Oppo K5 is an AMOLED panel with an under-display fingerprint scanner. It’s diagonal is 6.4”, while the ratio is 19.5:9. The front-facing camera is hidden in a waterdrop notch and there is a slight bezel on the bottom. Otherwise, it is a pretty impressive device and Oppo promises over 91% screen-to-body ratio.
The back of the Oppo K5 has a slick glass panel and a quad-camera setup. The main one has a 64MP sensor, and you also get an 8MP ultrawide camera, a dedicated macro snapper, and a depth sensor. If the setup looks familiar, it is probably because it is the same as on the Realme X2 – down to the apertures and pixel sizes. Even the battery pack is the same – 4,000 mAh with VOOC 3.0 that allows 30W fast-charging and up to 67% charge for 30 minutes in the grid.
These devices are offered in three colors (Green, White, and Blue gradients), it will be available for sale starting October 17 in China. From a few sources, it can be said that Oppo K5 is going to launch in India in the middle of the month of November.
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