Oppo has launched its A16s smartphone in South Africa, bringing local users a midrange device that has all the bells and whistles you may need, along with a reasonable price tag. If you’re after a mid-range smartphone that is packed with features, then this new offering from Oppo may be just up your alley.
The Oppo A16s is powered by the MediaTek Helio G35 chipset, and features 4GBs RAM and 64GBs of internal storage (MicroSD up to 256GB), and is compatible with ColourOS 11 and Android 11, with access to the Google Play Store for apps.
It features a 6.52-inch display with a 720×1600 resolution, with Oppo’s “smart AI Eye-care”, which adapts to your lighting environment and remembers your brightness preferences — keeping your eyes comfortable all day long.
The A16 comes fully equipped with a 5000mAh battery that provides up to two days of use within a single charge, along with Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to enable contactless payment with just a simple tap of the device.
The Oppo A16s’ triple-lens rear camera has an 80-degree wide-angle, autofocus-enabled 13MP Main Camera, a 2MP Depth Camera, and a 2MP Macro Camera. The front camera is 8 MP.
The Oppo A16s comes in Pearl Blue and Crystal Black, and is priced at an RRP of R3,999 from your selected operator and retail channels.