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OPPO A91 Review Australia,

OPPO A91 is a $499 lot phone. This is strange because the A-Series is a massive market device, and you expect some compromises. Suppose you don’t assume a 6.4″ AMOLED screen, 48MP quad rear camera, NFC, Wi-Fi AC, 4000mAh battery with high-speed USB-C VOOC flash charge 3.0.

First Look – OPPO A91 Review Australia

Lightening black – I’m not sure if OPPO meant spelling like that. Lightening means losing or losing weight. Lightning means the brightness or brightness of light in the sky. Either way, it’s a shiny black piano with a light prism. This is a fingerprint magnet. I haven’t seen Blazing Blue, but I guess it’s High Gloss Blue too.

The most obvious are the quad-camera and dual-LED flash. The center teardrop screen is AMOLED, and it’s beautiful – we’ll consider that later. But, unfortunately, it has a small chin and narrow side bezels.

And it’s slim and light – 7.9mm and 172g – very pocketable

Overall, it’s comfortable to hold, fine and looks premium – I love it.

AMOLED on $ 499 phone – close the front door! Finished

AMOLED has a specific place as the best screen type, none. It has a 6.4″, 2400 × 1080, 408ppi, 90.7 STBR, 20: 9, 60Hz with a mediocre brightness of 430nits and OLED dark black – enduring contrast. It automatically raises and can read daylight.

Our test gear is locked up, so you have to take our words of oppo a91 review Australia for it. The screen default is bright white and adjustable from excellent to warm white. There’s no color gamut adjustment – and we don’t expect that – but we estimate it’s over 95s sRGB, and it looks perfect.

It has Gorilla Glass 5, a Goodix fingerprint reader under the glass, and an always-on display setting. In addition, this screen uses DC 2.0 dimmer instead of PWM and gets TUV certification for eye care.

The screen / GPU supports Wide Wine L1 for HD videos from Amazon or YouTube.

Our test software shows that this is an OP3B9B screen – which is not Samsung’s typical screen code – so we think it’s one of the new Chinese OLED makers.

We Issue Standard Warnings That You Should Not Ignore:

Please Don’t buy it online from any other store that encourages ‘Australian stock’ except it has the much-needed LTE Band 28, NFC, a good Australian Oppo VOOC 3.0. Come with a charger and have an Australian C tick symbol on its regulatory page. Specifically, the model is not PCPM00 or PCPT00.

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