Wednesday, Sep 29, 2021
On Monday, April 5, 2021, Oppo unveiled two new A-Series intermediates called the A74 and A74 5G. These two models have close similarities with each other, and the most important difference between them naturally belongs to the presence of 5G communication network in the latter. The O-series in Oppo products usually includes mid-range handsets that do not focus much on the camera but offer large screens and relatively high memory. Among the products offered in this family during the last one or two months, we should mention the Oppo A94 and A55 5G, the former with a 6.43-inch AMOLED display and the latter with the presence of a Dimensity 700 processor.
The Oppo A74 is a relatively slim and sleek phone that weighs well and is also designed. It does not look like an A94. The length and width of this model are 160.3 and 73.8 mm, respectively, and it is 7.95 mm thick. In terms of weight, 175 grams, we have a good example.
The screen of the 6.43-inch AMOLED phone has a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, which, according to Oppo, covers 90.8% of the device and the highest margin is at the bottom, as expected. The refresh rate of this screen is the same as the standard 60 Hz, and although the touch removal speed is not very high and is 135 Hz, but in game mode, this rate increases to 180 Hz. Other notable features of this display include a 1,000,000: 1 contrast, a maximum brightness of 800 nits, and a coverage of 92% and 100% of the DCI-P3 and sRGB color limits, respectively. The fingerprint sensor of the device is also inside this screen.
on A74 5G but with We come across a different combination, where the 6.5-inch panel of the device now, although apparently LCD, offers a higher refresh rate of 90 Hz, and the touch removal speed is 180 Hz by default. This display is apparently in a better position in terms of color display and supports 100% of the DCI-P3 spectrum. By changing the technology of making this panel from OLED to LCD, naturally, the position of the fingerprint sensor has also been changed and moved to the side of the device.
The 4G version has an aperture of f/2.4 and a field of view of 78 degrees, and the lens in front of it is a 5-stage lens.
Both phones have a 48-megapixel main camera, and while both models have two other 2-megapixel units (one for close-ups and one for blurring the background), the 5G version also has an 8-megapixel ultraviolet camera. Used in this section.
The 11-nanometer Snapdragon 662 A74 4G processing chipset is designed to It is equipped with 4 2.0 GHz A73 cores and 4 1.8 GHz A53 cores, and its graphics are Adreno 610. The A74 5G, however, uses Qualcomm's newer Snapdragon 480 processor, which has two 2GHz A76 cores and six 1.8GHz A55 cores. The 8nm chip is equipped with more advanced Adreno 619 graphics, and its Snapdragon X51 communication modem also supports 5G network on paper in both sub-6GHz and mmWave modes. Both models have a fixed RAM of 6 GB and 128 GB of expandable internal memory.
The battery capacity of both phones is 5,000 mAh, and in this respect there is a difference. Among them, we do not see in terms of charging this battery, but we face different conditions, and while the 4G version has a 33-watt fast charger, the charger power in the 5G version is only 18 watts. Relying on the 33-watt charger provided for it, the A74 4G achieves a 54% charge in 30 minutes, and the entire charging process takes 72 minutes.
Oppo A74 4G in black and blue with Android 11 operating system and ColorOS user interface 11.1 is available in Cambodia and the Philippines, and the A74 5G is available in Thailand under similar conditions. The A74 is priced at 12,000 Philippine pesos (at current exchange rates close to US $ 248) and the A74 5G is priced at 9,000 Thai baht ($ 287). Source: Oppo