Oppo A3s review

Packing a dual-lens camera, a 6.2-inch notched display and an enormous 4,230mAh battery, the Oppo A3s sets a new bar for what to expect from a budget smartphone.

Oppo builds and sells smartphones for a wide range of budgets, but its most popular handsets tend to be those at the cheaper end of the spectrum. This is where the Oppo A3s lies. It packs a surprising number of premium smartphone features including a dual-array camera, an edge-to-edge 6.2-inch screen and support for facial unlocking.

This makes it quite a compelling choice for people wanting a phone that looks and feels like a premium device, yet won’t cost a small fortune.

Design

  • Sleek design avoids the cheap look of many budget smartphones
  • Large edge-to-edge display is an impressive addition at this price point

Camera

  • A dual-lens camera at this price is seriously impressive
  • Should easily satisfy most photography needs

Performance

  • Snapdragon 450 processor delivers solid mid-range performance
  • A capable yet cost-efficient phone suitable for most needs

Battery

  • Huge 4,230mAh battery should have no issue surviving for a day or more on a single charge
  • No fast-charging support, sadly

Oppo A3s specs

Oppo A3s
OSAndroid 8
Display size (inches)6.2
Display resolution (pixels)1,520 x 720
ProcessorSnapdragon 450
Height (mm)156.2
Width (mm)75.6
Depth (mm)8.2
Weight (g)168
Battery size (mAh)4,230
Wireless chargingNo
Internal storage32GB
MicroSD expansion256GB
Fingerprint scannerNo
RAM3GB
Water resistanceN/A
Oppo A3s
Rear camera (1) resolution13
Rear camera (1) aperturef/2.2
Rear camera (2) resolution2
Rear camera (2) aperturef/2.4
Front camera (1) resolution8
Front camera (1) aperturef/2.2
Oppo A3s
Wi-Fi802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Network category speedN/A
NFC supportNo

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