Oppo, a smartphone manufacturer who brought us the thinnest smart phone in the world, dubbed as Oppo R5 and N3 has launched a new handset today. But, unlike its siblings, this little fellow had no noise made around its launch.
Some eyebrows have been raise, but it is called Oppo 3000 and is a compact midranger with a price tag around the $256 (Rs. 15,982).
It sports a 64-bit 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 410, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal storage, expandable to 128 GB via microSD, and an 8 MP Sony IMX179 sensor equipped main camera, coupled with a 5 MP wide-angle smiley face shooter. A 2,000 mAh battery keeps the lights on and, of course, it supports Oppo's ultra-fast VOOC charging technology.
Shaped remarkably in the Oppo Find series design category, this device has a 720p 4.7" display and measures at 5.39 x 2.7 x 0.35 inches (137 x 68.8 x 8.95mm), which brings its screen-to-body ratio around the unimpressive 65%.
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The Oppo 3000 is a dual-SIM handset that supports dual standby and China Unicom's 4G network, though, it is unknown whether it will become internationally available.