OPPO A93

Today, OPPO launched a new phone in Vietnam. This new handset is dubbed the OPPO A93. In fact, the latter has many common things with the OPPO F17 Pro and Reno 4 Lite. But these similarities are only externally. We should take a closer look in order to understand whether this is the combination/mix of the mentioned two models. It seems the only change is the downgraded 18W charging speed. But let’s get deeper into its specs.

OPPO A93

The OPPO A93 uses a 6.43-inch AMOLED screen. This is a hole-punch display, and the pill-shaped opening hosts two selfie sensors of 16-megapixel and 2-megapixel resolutions. The main camera has a larger resolution, while the depth sensor has a less resolution. It also supports under screen fingerprint recognition.

On the opposite side, there is a 48-megapixel main camera, as well as an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor. Apart from these two, there are two other sensors with a 2MP resolution each.

Under the hood, our protagonist uses a MediaTek Helio P95 chip. (By the way, this is the same chip found on the F17 Pro and Reno 4 Lite) In its turn, this chip is supplemented by an 8GB memory and a 128GB storage space. However, the latter can be expanded through a microSD card slot. The 4000mAh battery supports a charging speed of 18W. The model also retains a 3.5mm headphone jack. The machine has a thickness of 7.48 mm and a weight of 164 grams.

OPPO A93

The new OPPO A93 is available in black and white colors, and the price is 7.49 million VND (about $323).

Generally talking, this is the same OPPO F17 Pro / Reno 4 Lite.

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