OPPO has launched OPPO A54 with a 6.5-inch HD+ Display and 5000 mAh for Rs.13,490. It is powered by a Mediatek chipset and it runs on ColorOS 7.2 which is based on Android 10.

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Commenting on the launch Damyant Singh Khanoria, Chief Marketing Officer, OPPO India said, “A Series is designed to enhance or complement our users’ lifestyles and OPPO A54 achieves just this with a phone that manages to balance a high-end performance with contemporary design. Its large 5000mAh battery and 18W Fast Charge make sure you’re fully powered to get you through your day. With A54, you’ll also have enough storage and memory to make sure that you’ll enjoy your entertainment without the frustrations of an underperforming smartphone,”

The Oppo A54 comes with a 16.55cm HD+ Punch-hole LCD with a resolution of 1600 X 720 pixels, and 269 PPI. Under the hood, the device boasts a Mediatek Helios G35 chip. It comes in two variants either in 4GB RAM with 64GB ROM or in 128GB ROM variant. For the battery and charging, the phone packs in a 5000mAh battery and it supports 18W fast charging too.

In terms of optics, the camera features a 13MP Primary Shooter, 2MP Macro Camera and 2MP Bokeh for bokeh shots. It also features Backlight HDR, Dazzle Color mode, AI Scene Recognition, and Ultra Night Mode. As for the front, there is a 16MP front camera that also supports features like Bokeh Mode and AI Beautification.

The OPPO A54 is available starting 20th April and will come in three colours including Crystal Black, Starry Blue, and Moonlight Gold. It comes with 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM retailing for INR 13,490 ; 4GB RAM + 128GB ROM for INR 14,490; and 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM for INR 15,990. It is available on Flipkart and the purchase link is mentioned below-


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