Parallel to Oppo's headline R7 and R7 Plus models launched a couple of weeks ago, the company had been working on a lower-end device in the face of the Oppo A51. The new midranger is nearing its launch, as evidenced by a certification from TENAA, the Chinese telecommunications governing authority.
The Oppo A51 comes with a 5-inch 720p screen, which uses an IPS panel. Computing power comes courtesy of a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, and although the listing doesn't specify the SoC model, it's more than likely the 64-bit Snapdragon 410. 2GB of RAM are on board, as well as 16GB of built-in storage, which can be expanded by up to 128GB wia microSD.
A modest by today's standards 8MP primary camera reveals the smartphone's budget focus, but the selfie-loving crowd will appreciate the 5MP front snapper. The device measures 143.4 × 71.2 × 7.65 (mm), but is quite hefty at 160g.
The A51 boots Android 5.0.2 out of the box, which may come as a surprise, given that even the higher-end R7 launched on KitKat 4.4. Price is expected to be around the CNY1,299 (~$210), when the phone hits the stores, but the time frame for its release is yet unknown.
Meanwhile, the oft-leaked Huawei Honor 7 also made the rounds at TENAA, ahead of its June 8 launch. The photos confirm the fingerprint scanner on the back which matches previously seen live images.
Huawei Honor 7
So far no detailed specs have been listed though, but according to the older intel the 5-inch FullHD Honor 7 will come in two flavors. Both will be powered by an in-house Kirin 935 chipset, but the lower-specced version will feature 3GB of RAM 16GB of storage, whereas the other one will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal memory.
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