Oppo A60 Launched With Snapdragon 680 and 50 MP Camera

Oppo A60

Oppo finally took the wraps of its new mid-range Oppo A-series smartphone dubbed Oppo A60. The smartphone appeared in the Google Play Console earlier this month for those unaware. Today, it quietly went official in Vietnam. This probably is just the first market to get the smartphone, we expect more markets to receive it, thus making the Oppo A60 a globally-available smartphone. The smartphone is not a direct successor to the Oppo A59 from December 2023 as it lacks 5G connectivity. It can be considered a successor for the Oppo A58 4G from July 2023. Without further ado, let’s dive into the specifications of the upcoming smartphone.

Oppo A60 Specifications

The Oppo A60 has a 6.67-inch IPS LCD screen with a 90 Hz refresh rate and 950nits peak brightness. The phone has an HD+ resolution with 1,604 x 720 pixels and a 240 Hz sampling rate. Under the hood, the smartphone boasts 8 GB of RAM and is paired with either 128 GB or 256 GB of UFS 2.2 Storage. Regarding optics, the Oppo A60 has a 50 MP main camera and a 2 MP decorative helper for depth or bokeh effect. The phone also has an 8 MP front-facing camera for selfies and video calls.

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The Oppo A60 draws its power from a huge 5,000 mAh battery and the good part is it is compatible with 45W SuperVOOC charging.  The handset also comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack, its dimensions are 165.71 x 76.02 x 7.68 mm and its weight is 186 grams. The Oppo A60 unsurprisingly runs Android 14 with ColorOS 14

Pricing and Availability

As previously mentioned, the Oppo A60 is available in Vietnam. There, the phone is priced at VND 5,490,000 ($216) for the variant with 128 GB of Internal Storage, and VND 6,490,00 ($256) for the version with 256 GB of Internal Storage. We expect the phone to reach other markets soon, and the price will vary depending on local rates.


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