OPPO A71 has officially arrived in Nepal. The mid-range phone from the Chinese company will go on sale for Rs. 21,990 in Nepal. Let’s see what the phone has to offer.
It comes with a disappointing 5.2-inch HD IPS LCD display, while, inside the handset runs on a mediocre MediaTek MT6750 octa-core processor. The RAM is 3GB, whereas the internal is 16GB with an option for expansion via microSD card.
There’s also nothing much interesting about the camera here. The OPPO A71 comes with a 13MP sensor at the rear with f/2.2 aperture rate, whilst, upfront, selfies are taken by an average 5MP camera with an aperture rate of f/2.4. The phone runs on Color OS 3.1 layered on top of Android 7.1 Nougat. Powering the phone is a 3000mAh battery.
Should you buy it?
After all those bells and whistles, it boils down to one question; should you buy it? As per my opinion, the OPPO A71 is no doubt a good smartphone, but for nearly 22,000, you could opt in for better alternatives. The aforementioned specs pretty much sum up that the phone doesn’t deserve this price tag, thus it’s best to seek out a better phone for around the same price tag.