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Which Oppo phone is right for you?

Founded in 2004, Oppo have a vast range of high-quality smartphones on offer. They boast some of the biggest battery lives in the market, high megapixel cameras, huge screens perfect for film fanatics and gamers, and sleek aesthetics. All of these and more are available to buy at Asda mobile. 

So if you’re looking for a speedy, glossy, high-end smartphone, look no further than our top selections of Oppo models. 

Oppo Reno4 Z

This October 2020 release is one of the best phones Oppo has to offer. Its huge screen, big battery capacity, clear cameras, and speedy 5G compatibility make it the ideal choice for streamers and vloggers. If you’re looking for an aesthetic, functional, and affordable phone, why not look at the full specs on the Reno4 Z?

 

Price

£250

Design

Dimensions

163.8 x 75.5 x 8.1mm

184g

 

Screen size

6.57 inches

 

Colours

Ink Black, Dew White

 

Corning Gorilla Glass 3

Camera

Rear

48MP

8MP

2MP

2MP

 

Front

16MP

2MP

 

4K video recording

Storage

128GB

Battery

4,000mAh (non-removable)

Processor

MediaTek

Operating system

ColorOS 7.2 (based on Android 10)

5G

Yes

Features

  • Touch ID and Face ID to unlock your phone securely 
  • Supports NFC-enabled contactless payments
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • 3.5mm headphone jack 

 

The price is strikingly affordable considering the amount of high-end features you get 

Largest phone screen on the list, brilliant for those who use their phone for gaming, watching videos, to read eBooks, or for artistic endeavours like digital drawing

Sharp and rich display with 2400 x 1080 pixel resolution and 16.7 million colours

120Hz refresh rate means webpages and videos will load quickly, providing you with the speediest experience possible

Powerful quad cameras and dual front-facing cameras (rarer to find) result in the best photos and videos  

Option to listen to audio wired or wirelessly, using Bluetooth or the 3.5mm headphone jack 

 

External memory is not supported, so you can’t increase the internal storage capacity beyond 128GB

Doesn’t support wireless charging 

OS is based on Android, but not the most recent version

 

Oppo A9 

Released in September 2019, the A9 is another reliable choice, excelling in most of its features. If you need a big battery, high-quality cameras to take impressive photos, and a large screen for viewing, then you should definitely consider the A9 for your next smartphone. 

 

Price

£220

Design

Dimensions

163.6 x 75.6 x 9.1mm

195g

 

Screen size

6.5 inches

 

Colours

Space Purple, Marine Green

 

Corning Gorilla Glass 3

Camera

Rear

48MP

8MP

2MP

2MP

 

Front

16MP

 

4K video recording

Storage

128GB (with microSD card slot for option to expand)

Battery

5,000mAh (non-removable) 

Processor

Snapdragon 665

Operating system

ColorOS 6

5G

No

Features

  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Touch ID

 

Surprisingly cheap (just over £200) for all of the impressive specs 

Huge battery life capable of keeping up with all of your watching, streaming, and gaming

Big, clear screen with 1600 x 720 pixel resolution, and a reported 16 million colours for a detailed and vivid display

Quad rear cameras, with 48MP as the highest resolution, to capture the most spectacular landscapes and selfies 

Bluetooth and headphone jack allow for the option of listening to audio wired or wirelessly 

 

OS is basedon Android 9, but not actually an Android operating system, and particularly not the most recent updated version

No 5G

 

Oppo Reno4

Released in August 2020, this slim model features an admirable set of cameras, with an even higher MP front camera for the best selfies, and the sharpest pixel resolution of the lot (aligned with the Reno4 Z that succeeded it) for the brightest screen display.  

 

Price

£329

Design

Dimensions

159.3 x 74 x 7.8mm

183g

 

Screen size

6.4 inches

 

Colours

Galactic Blue, Space Black

 

Glass

Camera

Rear

48MP

8MP

2MP

 

Front

32MP

2MP

 

4K video recording

Storage

128GB 

Battery

4,000mAh

Processor

Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G

Operating system

ColourOS 7.2 (based on Android 10)

5G

Yes

Features

  • Supports Fast Charging
  • Touch ID
  • Bluetooth 5.0 and 3.5mm headphone jack 
  • NFC supported for contactless payments

 

Really colourful and striking display with 2400 x 1080 pixel resolution for the clearest and richest imagery, highlighting all the best bits in your favourite films and games

Great triple cameras and powerful front cameras make for brilliant pictures. The Reno4 cameras also use AI technology to stabilise, clear, and beautify images 

Fast processor with 5G support to ensure your phone can keep up with everything you ask of it, without (or with limited) buffering and crashing 

Compatible with 5G technology

Fairly large storage space, usually enough for the majority of users (unless you’re a heavy photo or video editor, or download a lot of apps, games, and films)

 

Over £300, which is the most expensive on the list 

Doesn’t support external memory

Operating system is not strictly Android, but rather based on it - and not Android 11, the most recent version

 

Oppo A53

Released in August 2020, the Oppo A53 is another model with an enviously big screen. And while the cameras don’t match up to the Reno4 Z and A9, the A53 makes up for it in battery power and storage capabilities. For a smooth and fluid display, with plenty of space for all your photos and videos, check out what else the A53 can offer you. 

 

Price

£130

Design

Dimensions

163.9 x 75.1 x 8.4mm

186g

 

Screen size

6.5 inches

 

Colours

Electric Black, Mint Cream

 

Corning Gorilla Glass 3

Camera

Rear

13MP

2MP

2MP

 

Front

8MP

Storage

64GB (microSD slot expandable up to 256GB)

Battery

5,000mAh (non-removable)

Processor

Qualcomm Snapdragon 460

Operating system

ColourOS 7.2 (based on Android 10)

5G

No

Features

  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Touch ID
  • Supports Fast Charging 18W

 

Under £200, which makes it more budget-friendly than a lot of other phones with these features 

The ability to insert a microSD card means you can expand the A53’s storage up to a huge 256GB, plenty of space for all of your apps, downloads, photos, and videos 

Big 5,000mAh battery life means you won’t have to worry about charging your phone every couple of hours 

Big screen and clear 1600 x 720 pixel resolution 

Snapdragon processors are popular and common, prone to providing quite fast and efficient speeds

Bluetooth and headphone jack give you options for how you want to listen to your music, podcasts, or the radio

 

Not compatible with 5G - uses 3G and 4G instead

OS is based on Android 10, which isn’t the most recent version

 

Oppo A5 

An October 2019 launch, the A5 is a reliable choice that you can grab at some retailers for under £100! So if you need a good phone with many of the features you admire on high-end brands, but are on a budget, this Oppo model is one of your best options.  

 

Price

£99

Design

Dimensions

163.6 x 75.6 x 9.1mm

195g

 

Screen size

6.5 inches

 

Colours

Mirror Black, Dazzling White

 

Corning Gorilla Glass 3

Camera

Rear

12MP

8MP

2MP

2MP

 

Front

8MP

 

4K video recording

Storage

64GB or 128GB (expandable)

Battery

5,000mAh (non-removable)

Processor

Snapdragon 665

Operating system

ColourOS 6 (based on Android 9)

5G

No

Features

  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Supports mobile contactless payments (NFC)
  • TouchID

 

You can find this phone for under £100!

Like most of the other Oppo models, the A5 has a 5,000mAh battery life, which is enough to carry the average user for most of the day (and possibly more, depending on what you’re using your phone for; heavier activities like streaming will drain your battery much faster than messaging and listening to downloaded music)

Storage is expandable with a microSD card slot, but 64GB can be plenty for the user who likes to play videos or games, has a few homepages of apps, Spotify downloads, and a few thousand photos on their phone - see here for how much space activities take up 

Quad cameras can capture a lot of detail, as each one works both separately and in conjunction with the others

This model is compatible with NFC-enabled devices, so you can use Google Pay to pay at shops, restaurants, cafes, and more

 

Operating system is based on an older version of Android

No 5G technology

 

If you’re purchasing one of these Oppo phones, why not pair your new and exciting model with an Asda mobile monthly bundle?

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