Chinese tech firm Oppo has just released the Oppo Mirror 3, which could be of interest if you’re in the market for a budget to mid range smartphone.
The Oppo Mirror 3 has 4.7 inch 720p resolution display and is driven by a 1.2GHz quadcore 64bit Snapdragon 410 processor with 1GB of RAM and runs the ColorOS with Android 4.4 KitKat.
Inside, there’s a 2,000mAH battery, which Oppo claims can be charged from zero to 60% in a little over 90 minutes. The device comes with 8GB of storage space, which isn’t exactly huge but this can be extended to 128GB via MicroSD.
The Oppo Mirror 3 has an 8 megapixel camera on the rear which includes a Sony IMX179 sensor with f/2.o lens aperture. There is also a 5MP front facing camera.
As for looks, the Mirror 3 doesn’t exactly stray too far from Oppo’s other mid range devices. Critics will point to the plastic back but this does help to keep the phone pretty lightweight, weighing in at 126 grams. As for the rest of the dimensions, the Oppo 3 Mirror measures 137x68x8.95mm.
The Oppo Mirror 3 has just been released in Vietnam and is expected to be available in Thailand within the next couple of months as the device is rolled out across Asia.
Whilst the specs of the Mirror 3 might not be all that remarkable, it’s anticipated price tag of around 8,000 THB might be of interest to mid-range buyers.
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