Oppo A54 Launched In Indonesian Market, Know Price, Specifications

Published On Mar 31, 2021By Nishit Raghuwanshi Rudra

Oppo A54 has been launched in Indonesia. The smartphone is the successor of Oppo A53 that was launched in August 2020. Oppo A54 is a low-budget smartphone with mid-level features like a triple rear camera set up, massive battery, decent RAM capacity, and more. The most amazing part about the smartphone is that it comes with an Optimized Overnight Charging feature that restricts overcharging of the smartphone. ALSO READ: Mi 11i Launched Globally With 120Hz Refresh Rate, Flat AMOLED Display

Oppo A54 Specifications

Oppo A54 comes with a 6.51 inch HD+ display and a 60Hz standard refresh rate for a smooth experience. The smartphone has an 89.2% screen-to-body ratio. It runs on the MediaTek Helio P35 chipset and is based on the Android 10 operating system. The device offers 4GB RAM to provide an optimum speed for tasks like playing games or multitasking. To store all your data, it has 128GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 256GB via a microSD card. Oppo A54 rocks a triple rear camera set up that includes a 13MP primary shooter. It also has a 2MP macro sensor and a 2MP depth sensor. The rear camera set up of the smartphone delivers one-of-a-kind bokeh and macro shots with the help of the depth sensor and the macro sensor. However, the low light performance of the camera is below average. In addition to that, the smartphone also has a 16MP front camera for the sake of selfies. The smartphone packs a 5000 mAh mammoth battery. It allows the user to enjoy gaming and streaming for long hours on their smartphone. It also supports 18W fast charging that fuels it up quickly.

Price And Availability

Oppo A54's 4GB RAM variant along with 128GB internal storage is available at a price of Rs 13,600 in the Indonesian market. The smartphone is available in two different colors including Starry Blue and Crystal Black. As of now, there is no rigid detail regarding the India launch of the smartphone. However, leaks suggest that the company will bring the 5G variant of the smartphone to India.
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