Chinese manufacturer Oppo presented on Monday (13) a new smartphone for consumers looking for a cost-effective device. It is the Oppo Ace 2, a direct successor to the Rhine Ace, launched in October last year.
Now without the “Reno” in its name, the new device maintains cutting-edge features, such as a 90 Hz refresh rate screen for games and the Snapdragon 865 processor, Qualcomm’s current top-of-the-line mobile device.
As a highlight, the device has two forms of fast charging: by wire, SuperVooc 2.0 technology reaches 65W, while AirVOOC guarantees a power of 40W without the use of cables. This is the first device from the manufacturer with this recharge modality – which must be found in a personalized way in the OnePlus 8 Pro, since it and OnePlus are independent subsidiaries of the same conglomerate, BBK Electronics.
In terms of design, the model has a discreet hole in the left corner of the display to house the front camera, built-in biometric reader and very thin body, leaving out the traditional 3.5 mm headphone jack. The device is compatible with 5G networks.
Operating system: Android 10 (ColorOS 7.1)
Screen: 6.55 “OLED (Full HD resolution)
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
RAM: 8 GB / 12 GB
Internal storage: 128 GB / 256 GB
Rear cameras: 48 MP (main), 8 MP (ultra-wide), macro (2 MP) and depth sensor (2 MP)
Front camera: 16 MP
Battery: 4,000 mAh
The rear camera module is quadruple in circular shape, housing a main sensor (48 MP), an ultra-wide (8 MP) and macro and depth sensors (2 MP each).
The Oppo Ace 2 will be sold in black and lilac in three variants:
8 GB of RAM with 128 GB of storage
8 GB of RAM with 256 GB of storage
12 GB of RAM with 256 GB of storage
In China, prices range from 3,999 yuan (about R $ 2,900 in direct currency conversion) to 4,599 yuan (approximately R $ 3,300). The launch is scheduled for April 20 and there is still no information on an expansion of sales to other markets.