Oppo 3000 specs and price revealed
Oppo got folks attention with interesting devices like the Oppo N3, but they also produce plenty of “normal” smartphones like the Oppo U3 and 1005. The company has just announced another new handset, and this time around it’s the 64-bit Oppo 3000.
The Oppo 3000 is a normal-sized smartphone with a 4.7-inch panel featuring a resolution of 1,280 x 720p. Under the glass, you’ll find a 64-bit Snapdragon 410 humming along with 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage. Luckily, you can expand that storage up to 128GB via the microSD card slot so you’ll have plenty of space.
On the backside of the Oppo 3000, you’ll find an 8MP Sony IMX179 snapper while a 5MP sensor takes care of the selfies. Connectivity options include WiFi, Bluetooth, 4G, NFC, and dual-SIM functionality. A small 2,000mAh battery powers the Oppo 3000, but it comes equipped with rapid VOOC charging to even things out. Last but not least is the OS, which is listed as Color OS 2.01 based on Android 4.4.
The Oppo 3000 is one of those new breed midrange handsets we’ve talked about for 2015, as it has one of the new 64-bit chips, but keeps everything else the same for the most part. As for the price, the Oppo 3000 is listed at 1,599 Yuan in China which comes out to around â‚¬226/$256. There’s been no word on international pricing at this time, but the handset should show up at online e-tailers like Oppomart in the near future.