Hello, Friends! Today I’m going to take a look at full specifications Oppo A83 review. Oppo has become a household name in the Indian smartphone market with a lot of great budget options to offer today we talk about one such device. So, let’s start-
Design & Build: –
The Oppo A83 is a very well built phone. It has ergonomic curves, but other bones of this price range are not precisely caring much about design. It’s also pretty well, and the weight makes it feel very premium. We’ve got the black unit, and it looks great. The buttons are also reasonably well bend with the power button on the right, volume rockers on the left. On the bottom, you have a micro USB port along with a single speaker. On the top, since a 3.5mm headphone jack. The Oppo A83 does not have a fingerprint scanner it comes with face unlock which works quite well; it’s not accurate all the time.
The display on the Oppo A83 looks like a high-quality panel. The colour also looks perfect. The glass on top is not the smoothest to use, I remove the protective layer on day one, but it did not with the smoothness. The screen aspect ratio of 18 by 9 lets you view movies in Ultra wide with less black bars on top and bottom. You leave also gives you the option to pinch out to stretch the video to 18 by 9 aspect ratio other than that the display is excellent, and I have no complaints here.
The Oppo A83 has a single 13-megapixel sensor at the back and an 8-megapixel sensor on the front. The camera performance is outstanding, and it takes excellent looking daylight shots with a right amount of detail and colours. The night shots to seem very plausible.
In general, the Oppo A83 shots have a lot of contrast and colours look very natural. Selfies also are good looking, and you do get a background blur mode. All the results are not very desirable. The layout of the camera app is similar to the iPhone. It has time-lapse, auto mode, beauty mode for both front and back and expert mode for the Pro Photographer.
There are a lot of Android Skins that try to look like iOS. I think Oppo wins that battle. I have used Chinese UI before like Emotion UI, MIUI and a lot of others but this one was genuinely unusable for me from the home screen which had apps all over it to the swipe up from the bottom which brings up the Action Centre all accurately mimic iOS. Even the notifications are dismissed in an iOS way and not the Android route. Even a task as simple as changing the wallpaper buried in the settings, and it was very annoying for someone. Now, if you’re not so much of an ardent Android fan, then you might just enjoy using it.
The icons are pretty colourful and funky loop in the settings also has a lot of cool features like a different security tab for a lot of permissions app blocks payment and protections, floating windows for a few apps. You also get gesture controls and a lot of options in that where you can customise the gestures. You also have to game Do Not Disturb mode for those consecutive gaming hours. You also get a clone app it supports an app like Whatsapp, Line and BBM only one of which widely used in India.
The Oppo A83 has a MediaTek Helio P23 chipset which is an Octa-Core chipset clocked at 2.3GHz having a Cortex A53 core. Now all the gibberish translates to a smooth day-to-day performance. Now, you won’t be able to play massive games on this thing, but everyday performance is not going to be a problem. The AnTuTu score for all those who want to know is 85000 which is pretty high. It’s right on the Honor 9 Lite Kirin 659. Now, everyday use is supposed to be smooth enough, and it is in some places, but it’s still a mixed bag. So, apps open very quickly due to the relatively high clock speed but everyday performance isn’t, and there is a bit of lag when you are surfing through the UI. What does this means if you are a heavy gamer, then please don’t buy the Oppo A83.
The Oppo A83 ships with a 3180 milliamp-hours battery. The battery life is quite good. The charging capacity is a bit slow. I watched a few movies on this thing, and it handles them quite well by conserving a lot of battery. Long hours of gaming naturally throttles the phone a bit and uses the battery a lot.
So, in a nutshell, you get a great design, a beautiful phone, a gorgeous display up front, and average performance, a mixed bag of UI some of you might like it some of you might not and an excellent battery life that’s it for this one.
|Indian Buyers||Buy Now||Price|
|Oppo A83||Flipkart||Rs 12,490|
|The American Buyers|
|Oppo A83||Coming Soon||$ 199.00|
|Oppo A83||Coming Soon||Tk 16,000|
|Oppo A83||Coming Soon||PKR 21,300|
|Technology||GSM / CDMA / LTE / HSPA|
|SIM||Dual SIM (Nano, Dual Standby)|
|BODY||Dimensions||150.5 x 73.1 x 7.7mm|
|DISPLAY||Type||IPS LCD, 720 x 1440p 18:9 Ratio, (282 PPI)|
|CAMERA||Rear||13-MP, F/2.2, Autofocus, LED Flash|
|Features||Geo-tagging, Touch focus, Face detection, HDR, Panorama|
|PROCESSOR||OS||Android 7.1 Nougat|
|Chip||MediaTek MT6763T Helio P23|
|CPU||Octa-Core 2.5GHz Cortex A-53|
|GPU||Mali G71 MP2|
|MEMORY||Internal||32GB, 3GB RAM / 64GB, 4GB RAM|
|External||Up to 256GB (microSD)|
|FEATURES||Sensors||Accelerometer, Compass, Proximity|
|CONNECTIVITY||WLAN||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Dual-Band, WiFi Direct, Hotspot|
|Others||Bluetooth v4.2, GPS|
|SOUND||Speaker||Loudspeaker & 3.5mm Headphone Jack|
|Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic|
|BATTERY||Li-Ion 3180 mAh|