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Oppo brings high end cameras to low end phones with its A9 and A5

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Oppo keeps bringing high end features to lower priced phones, now with Quad cameras and reverse charging (using a OTG cable) to a $399 and $499 phone with their A9 2020 and A5 2020.

They are even rocking a 5,000mAh battery which is pretty damn amazing for it's price point.

 

Check out more info below:

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Blurb:

Smartphone brand, OPPO New Zealand is set to launch its latest value-packed smartphone on 15 October; the OPPO A Series 2020. The new models, which include the OPPO A9 2020 and OPPO A5 2020 fuse quality and affordability with superb photography, beautiful design and long-lasting battery.

 

Both models feature multi-purpose quad camera technology, dual stereo speakers and a massive 5,000mAh ultra battery with reverse charging. Priced from $399NZD, the OPPO A Series 2020 deliver an immersive entertainment experience and powerful performance without breaking the bank. 

OPPO New Zealand Managing Director, Kevin Cho, says, “The two new A Series 2020 smartphones are the perfect companion for adventure enthusiasts and content creators looking to capture eye catching images and video on the go.” 

“They’re picture perfect for the Kiwi lifestyle, opening up more possibilities than ever before, and at an affordable price point. As a business we’ve invested significantly to bring premium features, such as quad-camera technology to our A-Series range and are confident they will be well received by New Zealanders.”

Unlimited possibilities - a camera for every scenario

The OPPO A9 2020 comes with a multipurpose quad camera setup, including a 48MP main camera + 8MP ultra-wide lens + 2MP mono lens + 2MP portrait lens. The OPPO A5 2020 is similar but swaps for a 12MP main camera. The new quad cameras are engineered to capture every detail no matter the scenario.

The primary lens improves image clarity with higher resolution, while the 119° ultra-wide-angle lens makes it easier for everyone, and everything to fit into a single photo with added depth and dimension. The mono lens and portrait lens allows creators to add retro and atmospheric filters to portrait shots, for better personalisation of their images. 

OPPO’s latest stabilisation technology meets Kiwis growing demand for high-quality video content, with both models having a built-in gyroscope, enabling smoother filming for in-motion activities such as running, walking or cycling. As well as improved video filters that allow users to create their own movies with the press of a button.

Ultra Night Mode 2.0 allows users to create in the dark, enhancing pictures taken in super low light while HDR and multi-frame technology shoots multiple images continuously, reducing the noise, and combining them into one perfect clear image. Whether capturing bright city lights or dim country nights, with the A Series 2020 users never have to deal with dark, grainy photos again.

The A Series 2020 are equipped with a 16MP selfie camera and use AI beautification technology for natural and effortless selfies.

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See the difference feel the difference

The OPPO A Series 2020 comes equipped with a compact waterdrop inspired screen for a better look and user experience. Its 6.5” immersive screen has a 89% screen-to-body ratio, with toughened Corning Gorilla Glass 3+. In addition, a Sunlight Screen improves screen readability under strong direct light, while a blue light filter relieves eye fatigue and better protects eyesight in low light.

Use it all day or use it to charge all your devices

A massive 5000mAh battery enables all-day use, capable of supporting 19 hours of continuous use. The battery can even reverse charge1 the user’s other devices, truly placing power in the palm of their hand.

Fully immersive sound

Never miss a beat, the OPPO A Series 2020 boast 360° surround sound. With Dolby Atmos and Dual Stereo speakers users can immersive themselves with full-bodied, clear sound even at full volume to create a more thrilling, realistic and immersive audio experience.

The OPPO A Series 2020 also packs an ultra-powerful performance, thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 platform, with an 8-core 64-bit processor. Built with the gamer in mind, Game Boost 2.0 accelerator technology offers improved Frame Boost and Touch Boost, both enabling lightning-fast game play response, by reducing touch screen latency and lag, for an overall better player experience.

Looks smart because it is smart

Both models run ColorOS 6, based on Android 9.0, providing a fresh visual experience that’s more sleek, refined and comfortable even with heavy use. As well as fingerprint and facial unlock features, this operating system comes with a whole host of smart functions such as Smart Assistant and Gesture Navigation for more convenience, safety and overall versatility. 

What’s more, high-capacity and versatile memory options provide more space to record life’s beautiful moments, such as a 128GB/64GB high memory capacity and a three-card (Dual Sim + MicroSD) slot that can support up to 256GB of memory.        

Pricing & availability

OPPO A9 2020

RRP: $499 NZD

Colour:  Marine Green

Onsale: 15 October 

Stockist: Spark, Noel Leeming, JB Hi-fi, 2degrees, Smiths City, PB Tech, The Warehouse, Warehouse Stationery, Harvey Norman, Mighty Ape

OPPO A5 2020 

RRP: $399 NZD

Colour: Marine Green and Space Purple

Onsale: 15 October 

Stockist: Noel Leeming, 2degrees (online exclusive) 

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Just curious, whats the deal with these? Are they Paid for adds, Product supplied Reviews, or someone just really like the Chinese Oppo phones?

I remember thinking the other one was odd, and wondering if someone was doing phone reviews, but seems to be just Oppo?

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13 hours ago, Lyger said:

Just curious, whats the deal with these? Are they Paid for adds, Product supplied Reviews, or someone just really like the Chinese Oppo phones?

I remember thinking the other one was odd, and wondering if someone was doing phone reviews, but seems to be just Oppo?

Oppo is the first brand to reach out with review devices which are loaned and returned and since the first one I really think more people need to notice the brand.

If more brands respond to emails there would be more news 😛

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