Oppo is set to launch a new entry level smartphone Oppo A1k soon. Oppo has been agressively pushing into the mid range smartphone market and we saw Oppo K1 which is still the most afforadable smartphone which comes with an in-display fingerpritn sensor. We have already seen many devices in Oppo A series and Oppo A1k will be the next one. To be honest we are not sure what the “k” signifies in the model number. Till date, we have seen devices like Oppo A5s, A3s etc, but “A1k” will be the first with k in the Model no.

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We have recieved some renders through retail channels which reveal some specific details about Oppo A1k including the design of the smartphone. The first render / poster above reveals that Oppo A1k features awaterdrop display with minor bezels on three side and wide bezels at bottom. The second poster reveals the rear panel design and some of the hardware / technical specifications of the phone.

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Oppo A1k Specifications

Oppo A1k Specifications

As per the poster above, Oppo A1k sports a single rear camera along with LED flash, aligned horizontally. There is no fingerprint sensor on the rear panel and being an entry level smartphone, there won’t be an in-display fingerprint sensor but probably it may use the Face unlock feature. The phone is backed by a 4,000 mAh battery and comes with 32GB internal storage. At the moment, we dont have any other details like the Display size or the Processor / SOC details, but rumors indicate a Helio P22 SOC. The poster indicates the Red colour options and we can safely assume other colour options will be available too.

We don’t have any other details at the moment such as the launch date or the pricing. Stay tuned at AndroidPure and we will keep you updated.


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