Oppo A77s goes official with Snapdragon 680, 90Hz screen, and 50MP camera. Oppo debuted the A77 5G in June and followed up with a new 4G variant in August. Today, Oppo launched the third member of the A77 range, branded Oppo A77s. The Oppo A77s is powered by the Snapdragon 680 SoC and runs Android 12-based ColorOS 12.1 out of the box.
It features 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage inside. The smartphone offers a microSD card slot for storage extension up to 1TB, while the RAM may also be extended by 5GB virtually using the handset’s internal storage. The A77s is designed around a 6.56″ 90Hz LCD of HD+ quality. Its maximum brightness is 600 nits and shielded by Panda Glass (typical brightness is 480 nits).
The smartphone’s rear panel flaunts the Fibreglass-Leather Design, which we’ve previously seen on a few other Oppo smartphones, like the F21 Pro 4G. It’s true. However, you can only acquire it in the Sunset Orange variant.
Oppo A77s goes official with Snapdragon 680, 90Hz screen, and 50MP camera.
The Snapdragon 680-powered smartphone comes with three cameras – an 8MP selfie shooter on the front, a 50MP primary camera on the back, and a 2MP monochrome device. Dual Ultra Linear Stereo Speakers with Dirac Sound, a fingerprint scanner embedded in its side, and a 3.5mm headphone jack round out the A77s’ impressive features.
It also features IP54 dust and water protection, but you don’t get a 5G connection. Fueling the Oppo A77s is a 5,000 mAh battery charged over a USB-C connector at up to 33W. If all this sounds similar, the Oppo A77s is a variation of the Oppo A77 4G featuring a new processor and extra RAM.
The Oppo A77s come in Sunset Orange and Starry Black hues and will be marketed in Thailand via online shops for THB8,999 ($241/€242). There’s no information about its availability in other markets.