Oppo Electronics Corp. is a smartphone manufacturer based in China. It is also behind MP3 players, portable media players, DVD/Blu-ray players and TVs. The company was formed in 2004. It now focuses on smartphones and has earned quite a success in the business.
Design and Display
The Oppo A71 has a striking metal gloss with gilding electroface and nano silver technology. This makes the device good to hold in our hands. The phone’s design draws inspiration from dolphins, as it sports a lustre edge with slimness in mind. All the buttons and controls are connected by the edge line. This looks great overall. The display size of the screen measures 5.2 inches with TFT HD resolution of 1280x720 pixels. The display offers great gaming and entertainment pleasure. The display supports multitouch and is capacitive.
The 3GB RAM and octa-center 64-bit processor make for smooth UI transitions and consistent exchanging between applications, motion pictures and music. The device is powered by octa-CORE MediaTek MT6750 SoC CPU. From what we see, it just has a higher GPU clock speed. In benchmarks, the F3 creates conventional numbers. The device has 16GB of capacity, which is bounty for the present applications and amusements. Different details incorporate Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n, USB-OTG, GPS, a distance sensor, a compass, and a light sensor. There's additionally bolster for 4G with VoLTE, yet this telephone needs FM radio. The GPU used is Mali-T860 MP2
The primary camera consists of a 13MP shooter and the front camera is a 5MP shooter. It comes with LED flash and the aperture measures f/2.2 for the rear and f/2.4 for the front.
The Oppo A71 uses ColorOS, based on Android 7.1 Nougat. The interface has a strong likeness to iOS, which is noticeable in some of the icons for system apps. Pulling down the notification shade only shows you quick settings toggle switches, and you have to swipe right to get to your notifications, which can be annoying. The fingerprint sensor works well, and you can lock apps and files with it. Certain apps like WhatsApp can be cloned so you can have a second instance running for your second SIM card.