Yesterday, official-looking posters and hands-on photos of the upcoming A95 4G were leaked on Twitter. The Oppo A54 sibling is expected to be released in Asian markets, including Pakistan, before the end of November. And the benchmarks and public certifications for this low-cost Oppo phone have already been revealed by the rumor mill.
The Oppo A95 images, courtesy of phone leaker Sudhanshu Ambhore, show the phone in two different finishes. The back of the Glowing Starry Black has a grainy matte texture, while the back of the Rainbow Silver is glossy and shifts colors depending on how light hits the phone.
The design is unremarkable — chamfered casing, generic four-sided camera housing, and an O-hole display.
The Geekbench benchmarks specify the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 at the heart of Oppo’s new phone model, the A95 4G. It’s a low-end chip constructed on an 11nm fab technology. With this platform, you get 8GB of multitasking memory. Furthermore, the hardware is powered by the most recent ColorOS 11 (based on Android 11).
Everything is powered by a 5000 mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. If these characteristics sound familiar, it’s because they are. According to these specifications, the Oppo A95 4G is a rebadged Oppo F19 from this year.
According to this speculation, the screen is a 6.43″ AMOLED panel. It has a 1080P resolution and an optical fingerprint scanner hidden underneath.