OPPO A31 with P35 SoC and triple rear cameras launched in India at Rs 11,490

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Today, OPPO has announced its sub Rs 15,000 smartphone in India. This new Smartphone is called OPPO A31 and takes forward the company’s affordable range. Not to be confused with the 2015 model, this new 2020 handset offers triple rear cameras and a range of exciting features in this price bracket. Let’s talk about it all below. 

OPPO A31 – Specifications 

Sporting a 6.5-inch waterdrop notch design, it comes with an HD+ resolution and an aspect ratio of 20:9. Offering a lightweight design at 180 grams and a comfortable fit with 8.3mm thickness, it is a sleek handset to opt for. Speaking about the rear design it is offered with a 3D cover design offering a smooth matte finish. 

Powered by a MediaTek P35 SoC, which is an octa-core processor, it comes in two configurations. There is one where you get 4GB of RAM  along with 64GB of storage, while there is other with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. There is a microSD card slot with 256GB storage support. 

Speaking about the software, it has a ColorOS 6.1.2 interface based on the Android 9. The brand teases smart features like gesture navigation, smart assistant, music party, and cycling mode. Moving on to the camera department, it has a triple rear camera setup of 12MP + 2MP + 2MP. Here one 2MP is a macro and the other is a 2MP depth sensor. The selfie camera is an 8MP resolution lens. 

All this is powered by a 4230mAh capacity battery, which is doesn’t come with any kind of fast charging technology. But the brand claims it offers all-day usage to consumers. 

OPPO A31 – Price & Availability  

OPPO’s all-new smartphone will be made available for purchase on both platforms, online and offline. The 4GB variant will be made available for purchase from tomorrow, while the 6GB model goes on sale from the second week of March 2020.

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