Oppo A56s unveiled with a Dimensity 810 chip, 5G support and a 5000mAh battery starting at 60 cents


    In 2021, Oppo launched a smartphone with the Oppo A56, built on the MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor and supported the fifth generation (5G) communication networks. Now the manufacturer has introduced the Oppo A56s. It has received several improvements and will be on sale soon.

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    The developers equipped the Oppo A56 with a 6.56inch LCD display, with a resolution of 1612 720 pixels (HD +) and a 90 Hz video refresh rate. This front camera houses eight-megapixels in the display, which lies in a waterdrop notch on the top of the screen. The main camera was built on the back of the case, on basis of 13-megapixel sensor and 2-megapixel depth sensor, that is complemented by a LED flash.

    The hardware foundation of that novelty was the MediaTek Dimensity 810 microprocessor, which is supported by eight GB of RAM and a 128 or 256 GB drive. If necessary, you can add a microSD card to the storage. This design allows the use of two SIM-cards. The smartphone is powered by 5-G network, and features Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5.2 Wireless adapters. There’s a GPS signal transmitter, and a 3.5mm jack is provided for connecting the headset.

    A 5000 mAh battery has the ability to run Oppo A56s. The screen unlocks the device to the side of the face. A fingerprint scanner was used in this case. This phone uses the colorOS interface on Android 12. The Oppo A56s version with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB RAM will cost around $160, while the version with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB RAM will cost around $190.

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