Final week, Oppo introduced Oppo K7x, an entry-level 5G cellphone that’s popping out in China. It’s the pocket-friendly model of the Oppo K7 (which itself belongs to Oppo’s obscure Ok-series restricted to the Chinese language market). The K7x is launching on November 4. Its teaser posters have given us a sneak preview of the design already. However forward of its official unveiling, the cellphone was benchmarked and listed on a certification database.
Earlier than we get into what these sources reveal, Oppo’s promotional posters characteristic a hole-punch display, a fingerprint scanner merged with the ability button, and 90Hz refresh/180Hz contact sampling charges.
In our earlier put up, WhatMobile speculated that the Oppo K7x is just a renamed Realme V5. The teasers, and these new particulars, all however affirm it. In case you don’t observe Oppo cell worth and its subsidiary’s expansive and complicated portfolios, Realme V5 is the most affordable 5G cellphone out there proper now -- from $240 (~ Rs. 38,000).
Apart from Oppo K7x’s design that's similar to the V5, the TENNA itemizing for the cellphone additionally factors to a twin spec sheet: 6.5” full HD+ LCD, 6GB/8GB of reminiscence, 128GB of storage, and a battery capability of 5000 mAh.
Plus, the identical dimensions and weight. The rear digital camera array, that includes a 48MP customary + 8MP ultra-wide + 2MP macro + 2MP depth, is shared with Realme's mannequin too.
The Geekbench 5 outcomes inform the identical story. The cellphone is listed beneath OPPO PERM00 and Realme V5’s MediaTek’s Dimensity 720 5G chipset powers it. It will likely be accessible in inexperienced, grey, and blue colours.