OPPO today launched the A92s and Find X2 Pro Lite, but it looks like the company isn’t done launching new smartphones this month.
(Update, July 4: It’s available! Read OPPO A52, OPPO A12, OPPO A12e now in PH, priced from P5,990 [$121].)
(Update, April 21: It’s been launched! Read OPPO A52 debuts with 5,000mAh battery, Android 10.)
The OPPO A52 was spotted on the Google Play Console website, along with a couple of device renders showing the phone’s front and back design. Elsewhere, a post on Weibo shared some key specifications of the upcoming handset, as well as official-looking renders that properly show the punch hole in the upper-left corner of the screen.
Recall that the OPPO A52 appeared on China’s TENAA certification site with the model number PDAM10 last month. Today’s news suggests a launch may be imminent, probably tomorrow, April 20. So, how much will the OPPO A52 cost? The phone’s unofficial listing suggests a ¥1,799 (P12,924 or $254) price tag in China.
According to the leaks, the smartphone will be about the same size as the A92s, measuring 162 x 75.5 x 8.9mm and weighing about 192 grams. Design-wise, the back is reminiscent of OPPO’s Reno 3 series.
The punch-hole LCD screen is 6.5 inches and has an FHD+ resolution, while the front-facing camera up top is 8 megapixels. The display won’t feature an embedded fingerprint reader; instead, the biometrics sensor is embedded in the power button on the right side, opposite the up and down volume buttons.
Inside, the OPPO A52 is expected to run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 paired with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, while the 5,000mAh battery will support 18-watt fast charging. Additionally, it will ship with Android 10-based ColorOS 7 out of the box.
For photography, the A52 sports a rectangular module with four cameras. The main camera is 12 megapixels, while the secondary cameras have an 8-megapixel sensor for super-wide-angle shots, plus a pair a 2-megapixel sensors. As expected, the A52 will get 1080p video recording and AI features for improving the overall camera experience.
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