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Oppo A12 leaks – Features and Specifications

Another Chinese smartphone maker Oppo who recently made her debut into the flagship segment phone with their X2 variant, is also working on the next mid range phone into the A series.

The Model name will be the Oppo A12 and there are some leaks came out into the media. As per the reports into the media, A12 will come with 6.22 inch HD+ LCD screen and Powered by MediaTek Helio P35 chipset.

Handset will have a 5 Mega pixel selfie camera and 13 mega pixel of Main rear camera also got with 2 MP depth sensor. Talking about the RAM and internal memory, it will come with two variants 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, the other with 4/64GB respectively.

The Battery will be of 4230 mAh and it is based on the ColorOS 6.1.2 supported by Android 9 Pie. The Oppo A12 measures 155.9 x 75.5 x 8.3 mm, and weighs 165g. And build with plastic diamond pattern on the back.

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