Oppo A55 4G
Oppo launched the A55 5G back in January, and now the corporate is seemingly performing on a 4G version of that model. Except that it doesn’t just use a single chipset to calculate this tin rating – the phone even looks different.
We now know that thanks to the leaked lander you can see this, which shows the Oppo A55 4G in all its glory in three colors – Black, Green, and Blue / Aurora.
The A55 4G has a hole-in-the-left selfie camera as you can see, while the A55 5G retro-watches with a water-drop notch. The 4G phone also has a main rear camera of 50MP, while the 5G variant is comparable to 13MP. Clearly, there were several edges cut to fit a 5G capable SoC to such an affordable device.
There is no such barrier in the A55 4G since the 4G chipsets should be cheaper, thus allowing Opo to spend more money on other yen components. Speaking to the west, it should have a 5,000 mAh battery with 18W charging support, according to a recent certification.
The fingerprint sensor is apparently embedded in the power button on the right side of the button, and so the main camera of 50MP will be included with an additional sensor on the back – they can be a no-brain 2MP macro and a dual-sensor. A pair of shoes. A55 5G. We wouldn’t be surprised to see a 4G model with a MediaTek Helio G Series SoC, by the way.
Now that the lines have begun, we’re hoping the spec information about the specs will be gone soon – or OPO can officially make this phone official.