- Tram Ho
Despite a price of only 4.49 million, OPPO A53 still has a very eye-catching appearance, true to the creative criteria for young people of the A-series series from the past.
The A53 has a pretty glossy dorsal design and creates beautiful light patterns at each different angle.
According to OPPO, the A53 adopts a new etching and plating technique, resulting in more vivid reflective textures and gradients. The product is available in two color options: Trendy Blue and Strong Black.
Above we have 3 cameras arranged vertically, the module cluster is gently curved with 4 corners and comes with the words AI CAMERA. This system includes a 13MP main camera, a 2MP font removal camera. With the Macro camera, users can get close to the subject with the closest distance of 4cm, creating a more impressive visual effect.
To meet the increasing needs of photography and sharing of young people, OPPO A53 also brings more than 15 photo color filters as well as 10 color filters for video, so you don’t need to go through post-production apps but still have impressive publications.
The front of OPPO A53 is quite impressive with 3 quite thin bezels thanks to the 16MP camera design perforated, only the chin is still a bit thick. This A53’s “O-dot” screen is 6.5 inches in size with HD + resolution, but not Full HD, but in return has a refresh rate of 90Hz.
Thus, OPPO A53 marks the first smartphone with 90Hz in this price range. With a 90Hz refresh rate, users when playing action games or watching movies will have a smoother experience compared to 60Hz before. In addition, the A53 is equipped with dual stereo speakers, combined with Dirac 2.0 – modern digital sound correction technology brings 3D sound effects, making entertainment more enhanced.
In terms of configuration, OPPO A53 uses Snapdragon 460 processor, 4GB RAM and 128GB internal memory, just enough for multi-tasking and light gaming. 5000 mAh battery with fast charging capacity 18W is also the bright spot on this product.
OPPO A53 (left) next to OPPO Reno4 Purple (right) has just launched at the end of August.
Source : Genk