Today OPPO has launched another mid-range Dual SIM 4G smartphone, A37 in Pakistan. This phone is priced at Rs. 19,999 and will be available across Pakistan, starting today.
It looks like a trimmed down version of the flagship F1 Plus with lower specs and reduced size. It has the same unibody design, but features a 5″ 720p IPS display.
A37 is powered by a MediaTek octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. You can also use 128GB microSD card at the expense of removing one SIM card.
This phone packs an 8MP auto-focus rear camera, along with a single LED flash and 5MP selfie camera on the front. The UHD mode allows you to take high-resolution photos up to 24MP by stitching several photos together.
A37 has a 2630mAh battery, but there is no VOOC charging. The capacity seems to be good enough to power a 5″ display phone for one day, but it would have been much better with fast charging.
This phone runs the outdated Lollipop flavor of Android with ColorOS 3 on top.
OPPO A37 might not get the attention from customers, as it doesn’t offer anything new and people can get better smartphones from Huawei and Lenovo in this price.